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PLS&TY Brings Outkast’s “Roses” To Life With Summery Future Bass Remix

PLS&TY Brings Outkast’s “Roses” To Life With Summery Future Bass Remix
Christos Schrader

You might be thinking what I thought when I first saw this track – a future bass remix of Outkast’s Roses? That’s probably going to be terrible.

Luckily, if that’s what you’re expecting, you could not be more wrong. PLS&TY, who we’ve featured several times in the past, seriously brings this song to life. His use of steel drum sounds and analog-sounding fuzz chord synths give the track a retro/future flavor that is undeniably cool and blends with Andre 3000’s voice really well. This one is going to be on heavy repeat for us this summer. Check it out and grab a download below!

Outkast – Roses (PLS&TY Remix) | Download |

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Christos Schrader

I've been writing for TSS since January of 2012, and am our one and only New Jersey-based author.

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