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[av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=” admin_preview_bg=”] Sub Focus teams up with British artist 1991 for an electrifying remix of ‘Don’t You Feel It’ featuring rising star ALMA. Premiered by BBC Radio 1 DJ Mistajam, the rework sees Sub Focus return to his drum & bass roots.
At the forefront of the new generation of cutting edge drum & bass producers and taking the underground world by storm, 1991 partners up with Sub Focus here to add waves of rumbling breakdowns and a hefty bassline to the otherwise pop-infused melody – creating a dynamic edit perfect for peak time sets.
To celebrate their collaboration, Sub Focus and 1991 went back-to-back live on Facebook last week – watch here. The original of ‘Don’t You Feel It’ has reached nearly 3 million global Spotify streams in 3 weeks and has beensupported by several BBC Radio 1 tastemakers including Mistajam, Target, Danny Howard and Friction to name a few.
‘Don’t You Feel It’ follows the success of three club focused hits including ‘Nobody Knows’, ‘Love Divine’ – a BBC Radio 1 Hottest Record.
Following this, ‘Lingua’ featuring Style G currently holds the accolade of being the first ever record to top the Radio 1 Specialist Chart for two consecutive weeks.
Elsewhere, Sub Focus remixed Major Lazer’s hit ‘Run Up’ featuring Nicki Minaj and PARTYNEXTDOOR.
Sub Focus enlists the eclectic vocals of songstress ALMA. The singer has won two awards at the Finnish Grammys for ‘Best Newcomer’ and ‘Best Export’.
Earlier this year, ALMA played a headline slot at BBC Radio 1 Future Festival and performed alongside Ray BLK at AMP.
With her debut album in the pipeline, ALMA has been working with the likes of MNEK, Rudimental, Gorgon City and Two Inch Punch.
Emerging onto the scene last year with his powerful anthem ‘Witchdoctor’, 1991 has been credited for bringing drum & bass to a wider audience. Having gained rapid success with several EPs and handpicked to craft remixes for Skream, Chase & Status and My Nu Leng – the enigmatic artist is heralded by BBC Radio 1 DJ Annie Mac.