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    10 Massive Diplo Remixes You Forgot About


    Ozclubbers_Staff

    When it comes to back catalogues, there are few artists in the electronic spectrum that come close to Diplo.

    With a career spanning 20-years, Thomas Wesley Pentz helped mould the foundation of modern electronic music, from humble beginnings to the mainstream phenomena he has grown into.

    With his new California EP out on Warner Music Australia today, we decided to take a look back at Diplo’s deep archive of remixes, and we were shocked at some of the doozy’s he is behind.

    From Usher to Britney Spears, Kanye West to Bloc Party, it really does seem like Diplo has remixed everyone. Take a perusal of our 10 select remixes below, there are bound to be a few you forgot about or have never even heard!

    Kanye West – Gold Digger (Diplo Remix)
    Released in 2005

    Claude VonStroke – The Whistler (Diplo Remix)
    Released in 2007

    Peter Bjorn and John – Young Folds (Diplo Remix)
    Released in 2007

    Do The Bartman (Diplo’s So So Krispy Remix)
    Released in 2007

    Bloc Party – Where Is Home (Diplo LMHR Remix)
    Released in 2007

    Usher – Climax (Diplo Remix)
    Released in 2012

    Proxy – 8000 (Diplo Remix)
    Released in 2010

    Brazilian Girls – Good Time (Diplo Remix)
    Released in 2009

    SIA – Clap Your Hands (Diplo Remix)
    Released in 2010

    Feist – I Feel It All (Diplo Remix)
    Released in 2009


    Any huge remixes that flew under our radar? Let us know what we missed in the comments and sure to stream and download Diplo’s new California EP right here. The EP features the likes of Trippie Redd, Lil Xan, D.R.A.M and more, and is Dip’s first solo project in 5-years!

    Source: Stoney Roads

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