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Halsey Remixes: The 10 You Should Hear Before the Release of Her New Album

Halsey is one the most popular vocalists in all electronic dance music because her smash hit with . Now the queen vocals has announced her second feature length album, titled ‘Hopeless Fountain Kingdom’. The new album is due out in June. We wanted to get everyone warmed up for the incredible release by compiling the best Halsey remixes so far.

Halsey Remixes: The 10 You Should Hear Before the Release  Her New Album

There are tons Halsey remixes out there. This is because her first LP, ‘‘, was one the most intoxicating, beautiful and authentic albums the decade. Filled with powerful vocals, meaningful lyrics and emotion driven rhythms, there was nothing to dislike about the album. Many the songs were dreams for DJs and producers which spawned some beautiful Halsey remixes. We put together a list the tracks that you absolutely need to hear to get ready for the beauty ‘Hopeless Fountain Kingdom’.

The Best Halsey Remixes: Audien’s Remix ‘Colors’

Audien got his start on ‘s Anjunabeats imprint but quickly flexed his range along a series incredible releases. Just last year Audien gave a beautiful chilled out future remix Halsey’s brilliant tune, ‘Colors’.

The Best Halsey Remixes: Arty’s Remix ‘Hurricane’

While this remix was released over two years ago it has had a surge popularity due to Emma Robert’s movie, ‘Nerve’. Arty puts a big room spin on one the most powerful tracks f ‘Badlands’ and the results is a track you will have on repeat for the foreseeable future.

The Best Halsey Remixes: Oscar’s Remix ‘Gasoline’

‘Gasoline’ is a complex track. An eastern influence plays out in the background, sitting as the support to Halsey’s description someone who is entirely incapable human emotion. Oscar takes the eastern notes the melody and ramps them up ten fold, making them the centerpiece his chilled down remix.

The Best Halsey Remixes: Lost Kings’s Remix ‘Ghost’

Lost Kings put a wonderfully tropical, light remix to a track which contains some heavy subject matter. It is a juxtaposition that is absolutely beautiful anyway you look at it. Lost Kings no doubt showed their expertise on this remix which will undoubtedly put you in a good mood.

The Best Halsey Remixes: A.T.’s Remix ‘Hold Me Down’

A.T. does not hold back in this monster remix Halsey’s ‘Hold Me Down’. A powerful trap effort that borders on the orchestral give a sublime energy to the track. A.T. no doubt hit the nail on the head with this remix Halsey. This stands out as a front runner as one the best the Halsey remixes.

The Best Halsey Remixes: Sander Kleinenberg’s Remix ‘Trouble’

Get your shuffling shoes ready for this tasty little remix. Sander has flipped ‘Trouble’ into a house endeavor that is going to get you moving. This house remix brings the bounce to a degree that will make even Oliver Heldens blush.

The Best Halsey Remixes: Young Bosnia’s Remix ‘Control’

This track is a difficult one to rework. The original vibe the song was so incredibly unique, we were worried that any attempt at a blend styles would kill it. Boy were we wrong, Young Bosnia kept the integrity the original, creepy/ominous vibe and all!

The Best Halsey Remixes: Ryos’ Bootleg ‘New Americana’

‘New Americana’ is an ode to the outrageous life style the millennial generation. It is much more an anthem than a criticism. Ryos continues the trend the new Americana by bringing in the perfect dose EDM elements to really pull this track into the realm on aural captivation.

The Best Halsey Remixes: TJANI’s Remix ‘Hurricane’

We have already heard on remix ‘Hurricane’ from Arty, but not TJANI’s take on the track completely changes the mood. The up and comer puts a beautiful house spin on the track that creates an atmosphere undeniable relaxation. Listen to this beauty and get ready to completely vibe out.

The Best Halsey Remixes: Encore’s Remix ‘Colors’

Our last entry on this list the 10 best Halsey remixes is Encore’s trap remix ‘Colors’. We have seen a strong relationship between trap and Halsey on this list but Encore brings it to an entirely different level. Intense, booming bass, beautifully floats alongside the lyrics this soon to be classic.

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