Remixes are still somewhat popular. But today's popular remixes on the radio are less about having different music on a track or an extended mix, but adding a guest rapper or singer that is not on the original version. The older style remixes were primarily designed for clubs where people danced to them. That's why they were often long, so the club DJ wouldn't have to change the song as often or there were dub versions that have fewer vocals because the beat was more important than the singing to dancers in a club. A lot of house and techno songs had few or no vocals for that reason and disco era songs had long instrumental sections.Hess;4221406 said:Remixes? They said they added remixes to appeal to the youngsters, BUT do anyone even hear/like remixes these days? Wasn't it a 90/00's thing??
AmitLal92;4221418 said:I remember reading about this but it could actually be a cascio song seeing as it was for the “Michael album”. I hope not though!
I must say - the way Bruno writes here makes it impossible for him ever to make a collaboration on future MJ songs.
He could have just said - No, I am not working on a MJ song, those rumours are wrong.
But now he stated he has too much respect for MJ to ever do so, that's a little sad IMO, because I think Bruno Mars would fit perfect into a MJ single if it was something like LNFSG. Uptempo song would fit best IMO.
Now we have nothing to look forward to and nothing to be exited about...