Internationally renowned Dutch DJ/Producer Fedde Le Grand returns to the release trenches for his latest endeavor, “Shake That Ass”. His latest sonic offering reimages Eminem’s 2005 hit “Shake That”, instilling it with newfound bass-house and EDM elements.
The new cut directly follows Fedde Le Grand’s June-released collaborative single “Down” with 22Bullets, as well as his high-energy May hit, “Nothing’s Gonna Hurt You”. “Shake That Ass” is out now across all streaming platforms via Universal Music.
“Shake That Ass” kicks off with a pulsating bass and a hard-hitting, jaunty rhythm, paired with a pitched-down vocal cut. Leaving the iconic melody very much intact, Le Grand brings the refrain into a hyper-charged and contemporary setting that’s sure to resonate with the modern audience. Playing on a continuous loop, the vocals take the focal point, leading up to an explosive beat drop that oozes with palpable energy and atmospheric ambiance.
With four-on-the-floor sensibilities, the high octane production serves as a stellar addition to Fedde Le Grand’s already-established discography and is sure to set dancefloors worldwide ablaze with energy this summer.
Listen to the track below.