The entire collection of Stimulated Remixes is now posted and available (scroll down). Well... It's actually missing a few remixes (Jay-Z, J-Lo, Ciara, more Aaliyah), but those were kinda corny (to me). But... I digress. I've made just about every remix available, with few exceptions. There are some rough mixes that I'm still working on, but they'll drop in time.
I've been so blessed. These remixes have been rocking in clubs, high-end hotel rooftop pool parties, radio stations, podcasts, mixtapes, choreographer/dance videos and various stage productions around the world. Who knew? I didn't know. I started these remixes out of boredom, after being stuck in Tampa and tired of making tracks. I never really considered remixing prior, but now, after so many remixes, I can't get enough. The beauty of the remix, in my opinion, is the ability to take something from one genre and rework it into something sweet for a completely different genre and audience of listeners. From BK streets to Miami beach sunset chic, anything is possible.
These remixes landed me radio interviews and a gang of fans I STILL DON'T KNOW. Thats the one thing I don't like. I NEVER KNOW WHERE MY WORK WINDS UP and who appreciates it. I'm an artist. I'd love to connect with the people who like my work. It's 2014 and I just found out Phonte (Little Brother, Foreign Exchange) and DJ Brainchild rocked my Aaliyah remix on their Gordon Gartrell Radio show in 2009. How did I miss that? More importantly, how the hell did they get word of my work? I may never know.
I would like to change this, because I enjoy sharing my work with people. Now that this is my sole way of earning a living it has become more important then ever. If you've seen my stimulated remix somewhere in the world, or if you heard about me via some show or mixtape, reach out to me. I'd love to know.
Love and light.
Man in a Loft