With already more than 10,000 streams, the recent collaboration of Mutya Buena and Electric Pineapple, “Black Valentine”, is having a brand new version released tomorrow, and we’re streaming it exclusively as a first play today for you.
The London-based DJ Ace has set “Black Valentine” on fire with his powerful remix. Little is known about Ace, but his reputation precedes him and now he has dropped a hot remix that makes this huge track ready to populate the world’s dance floors.
About his remix of “Black Valentine”, the DJ stated: “When the opportunity arose to put my spin on an already amazing Mutya performance, I knew I had to come up with something pretty special to match up to Electric Pineapples version”.
He definitely came up with something more than special, as he perfectly asserts Mutya’s powerful vocals and contributes to this song’s constant crescendo, setting no limit to this incredible track potential, press play on this one below!
Now one of the globally most famous pop artists, Mutya Buena has been releasing music to successful levels since a young age. Born in London in 1985, at the age of 13 she formed the girl group Sugababes, with fellow singers Kiesha Buchanan and Siobhan Donaghy.
Their debut single “Overload” reached the Top 10 in the British Charts, paving the way to their even more successful second album, Angels With Dirty Faces, that scored 4 hit UK singles and went triple platinum.
After she departed from Sugababes, Mutya’s career kept growing as she released the single “This Is Not Real Love” with now late George Michael. No surprise then that her debut solo album Real Girl, released in June 2007, was critically acclaimed.
“Black Valentine” is Mutya’s first collaboration with the electrifying duo Electric Pineapple. The production pair, comprised of Andrew Kingslow & Trina Smith, have already successfully worked with artists like M.I.A., Lily Allen, Future Cut and many more.
When the undeniable talents of Mutya Buena and Electric Pineapple merged, the result is an inspiring track many will relate to. As Mutya stated, “Black Valentine is for the people who don’t always have a good memory of Valentine’s day. For those of us just like me that have had bad experiences, but the song aims to show us that it’s possible to overcome those bad times”.
The powerful Ace remix of “Black Valentine” certainly delivers the right energy to overcome bad times, making you want to join the dance floor straight away.
Words by Carlotta Genga
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