Taylor SwiftThe hit single “Anti-Hero” by received two new redesigns by Kungs and Jayda G.
The track, which appears on the star’s latest record album Midnightswas originally remixed by Roosevelt, with a Girl Talk version later, mix it with “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell.
Kungs, a French DJ who has previously worked with Olly Murs, Stargate and Jamie N. Commons, takes the track to the heart of the dancefloor with his remix. Swift’s vocals are surrounded by booming sounds and laser-like synths, and her vocals are also slightly sped up.
Canadian producer Jayda G, meanwhile, adds heavy house piano hits and subtly distorts the star’s vocals for another club-friendly version of the massive hit.
In even more “Anti-Hero” news, Swift also shared an acoustic version of the song. on its official website. This spin on the track is not yet available on streaming platforms.
Previously, Midnights co-producer and leader of The Bleachers Jack Antonoff helped reinvent the song earlier this week. In his verse, Antonoff transformed some of Swift’s original lyrics by singing: “Sometimes I feel like everybody’s an art brother lately/And I just judge ’em on a hill/Too hurt to hang around/Talkin’ shit about your famous baby/Pierced in the heart of the 90s guilt.”
Next year, Swift will take “Anti-Hero”, Midnightsand pieces from his catalog on tour in the United States as part of The tour of eras. The dates will begin in Glendale, AZ on March 18 and run until August 5, when they will end in Los Angeles. Support for the tour will come from HaimParamore, Grace AbramsBeabadoobee and many more.
Earlier this week, the pop megastar became the first artist to spend an entire year at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. When Midnights topping the charts, it extended Swift’s record for non-consecutive weeks in poll position to 52.
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