Rising female music producer DJ G-String released the remix for her latest single, ‘Your Love’ this 15th of October.
The original song was written and composed by DJ G-String and follows her captivating single, “No One Ever Said (with Honey B Sweet)”. DJ G-String earned herself a spot in the Beatport Top 100 with two different singles, was selected as one of the Top Ten Dance Artists by Reverbnation, and has been supported by numerous tastemaker publications, including We Rave You, EDM.com, EDM Maniac and DJ Times as well as the well-known Youtube channel Madoras in da House.
However, it’s on the stage where she truly begins to shine, having performed on some of the top clubs in Chicago and with a play count of just under half a million across streaming platforms, the rest of the world will soon be taking notice as well.
With this new dance-pop “Your Love” remix DJ G-String opens new frontiers of style in his productions making us dance. This release is available now on all digital platforms.
The track has a tropical house feel to it. It is upbeat, poppy, and talks about love in a good way.
Born in Illinois and currently based just outside of Chicago, DJ G-String is a singer, songwriter, instrumentalist, and producer who discovered a love for creating music at a young age, saving up to buy her first set of turntables at only 18. Her current influences draw us into the electronic world, as she cites the likes of Kaskade, CamelPhat and Flume.
DJ G-String dedicates a few words to this release:
“I wanted to do a remix of this track and I was also listening to a lot of David Guetta, Cray, and Lost Frequencies. I wanted a style that could bring the mainstream vibe to it but still have the house roots. I bounced some ideas off my friends who also produce dance music and I did get some good feedback / suggestions.
Coming from the love of alternative rock music and then having the love of Disco and Soul music it kind of shows in what I tend to create in my original versions. With the love driven lyrics with the pairing vocals I want to captivate the emotional aspects of my audience. What is fun is many people didn’t notice that I did vocally scream a section of the original and you will be able to tell it in this version. I want my audience to feel the emotions of the lyrics, so when they hear my music, they are like wow that helped me or inspired me, similarly how other artists music has influenced me in this “thing” we call life. “