The music legacy of Scatman John continues this summer, highlighted by the release of several official remixes of the Black Eyed Peas’ song, “Bailar Contigo”, which pays tribute to Scatman John by sampling his iconic track, ‘Scatman (Ski-Ba-Bop-Ba-Dop-Bop’). Additionally, Jason Derulo’s new song ‘Slow Low’, which interpolates the Scatman tune, has just launched an official lyric video.
The Black Eyed Peas’ hit track, “Bailar Contigo” has been reimagined by a diverse range of talented DJs and producers, each introducing their unique style and interpretation of this reggaeton hit.
Leading the remix pack, Gianluca Vacchi, renowned for his lively dance music, delivers a remix bursting with Latin rhythms and high-energy electronic beats. Drenchill follows, amplifying the track’s energy with a bass-heavy, dancefloor-ready remix that exemplifies the young EDM artist’s distinctive sound.
The variety continues with the Vanco remix, where the South African DJ incorporates his signature Afro House style, creating a rich rhythmic groove. Boniface, an emerging talent in the Amapiano genre, infuses the track with deep house beats and jazz-inspired melodies, bringing a whole new flavor to the mix. Also joining the remix roster are Telykast, CLMD, and Xanctum, each offering their individual take on the tune.
You can listen to the new remixes on Spotify:
New: Jason Derulo Releases Lyric Video of “Slow, Low”
Parallel to these remixes, there’s now an official lyric video for Jason Derulo’s new song, ‘Slow Low’. In this track, Derulo cleverly interpolates the melody from Scatman John’s iconic tune. You can check it out on Youtube, below: