John Summit is one of the hottest name on the House music scene right now. He has now put his spin on the track, ‘More Life’ by Torren Foot that also features Tinie Tempah & L Devine. This John Summit remix is truly an ear-popping number. This More Life remix is a groovy Tech House release that will surely set fire to dancefloors around the globe. It is a complete sonic package with big beats, hip vocals, and potent rap sections. This version of the song offers a banging and pulsating aura that never loses its fluid and intoxicating rhythm.
The John Summit remix of ‘More Life’ by Torren Foot, Tinie Tempah & L Devine is designed, and will without a doubt succeed, to amplify the energy levels of the crowds. The track has a pleasing sound design and features impressive keys with warm percussion that will spellbind you. This tune is brilliantly crafted to emulate a melodically powerful vibe that is elevated by catchy vocals to captivate the listeners. This More Life remix brims with dark, luxuriant energy that forms the crux of John Summit’s signature elements.
‘More Life’ – John Summit remix is a resonant unison of infectious basslines, silver-tongued vocals, and intoxicating cadences that intensifies its progressive movement. The More Life remix opens with an energetic edge followed by the amalgam of popping synth, and distorted percussion that lead towards a felicitous moment. Tinie Tempah takes control of the song’s latter half with his dope and catchy bars. The vocalist, L Devine had this to say about the collaborative feature:
“I’ve been working with Tinie Tempah on a bunch of songs over the past few years so I’m so glad we could finally come together with Torren Foot and release something. It feels so good to step into a world of music I’ve never touched before. I’m a huge fan and listener of house music so it’s sick to be able to show some love to it on this record”
The More Life remix is a solid tune that will surely make it to the biggest Tech House playlists on Spotify. If the original Torren Foot release was an electronic bonanza, the John Summit remix is heightened with exceptionally electrocuted vibrance and a hard-edged environment to bring together an uplifting affair. In this remix of ‘More Life’ by John Summit, it looks like he has found his true niche in crafting euphorically contagious music for the fans.
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More About John Summit:
Hailing from a city steeped in house culture, Chicago’s John Summit has quickly become the hottest name in dance music following the release of ‘Deep End’ in June 2020 which became the longest-running Beatport #1 of the year, was named Pete Tong’s Essential New Tune, and drew support from BBC Radio1’s Annie Mac, Danny Howard, and MistaJam before making the Radio 1 main playlist.
Paving the way for the next wave of house music out of the US, Summit has already scored notable releases with label-giants Defected Records and Repopulate Mars. Catalogue highlights include his Beatport overall top 10 single “Forgotten One”, top 5 house single “Summertime Chi” with Lee Foss & Hayley May, and ‘Stimulate’ EP that reached #1 on tech house releases. His forward-thinking productions have also been supported by industry heavyweights of the highest order such as Diplo, MK, Fatboy Slim, Lee Foss and Solardo.
John has also performed at many of North America’s signature dance venues, including noteworthy shows at Halcyon San Francisco, PRYSM Nightclub Chicago, Sound Nightclub LA, Celine Orlando, Magic Stick Detroit and more. In addition to making waves throughout the North American club scene, John is looking forward to leaving his future imprint both internationally and on the coming festival seasons.
More About L Devine:
Future alt-pop icon L Devine has joined forces with chart-topping DJ/producer Route 94 on the track Sad Songs. It follows her recent collaboration with Tinie on Torren Foot’s mighty More Life and adds to an impressive arsenal of pioneering pop that has been praised by fellow Brits Charli XCX, Dua Lipa and Lewis Capaldi plus earned acclaim from tastemaker press including i-D, NME, Gay Times, The Guardian, Nylon and Paper.
L Devine kicked off 2020 with the release of Boring People (Time Magazine called it an “instant earworm”) and was set to celebrate the spring release of Don’t Say It on a European tour with Fletcher. Grounded due to the pandemic, the 23 year old phenom took to social media for her groundbreaking URL tour, playing live to 1M people over two weeks on her channels. The innovative tour was praised by Vogue, Buzzfeed, Rolling Stone and Billboard who called it “the most inventive livestream series yet.”
Loaded with attitude, firmly rooted in reality but always with an edge, L Devine’s songs are inspired by her life and what she sees around her. Her melody-heavy strain of intelligent pop showcases an unabashed young woman with an innate ability to craft instantly relatable sonic snapshots. There’s a natural spark between L Devine and her expanding following – the vulnerability of her songwriting is embraced by fans experiencing similar growing pains as they transition to adulthood. She further explores these topics in her podcast: L Devine’s Growing Pains.
More About Tinie Tempah:
Tinie Tempah made a sudden and natural transition from underground clubs to stadiums to become one of the U.K.’s biggest breakout stars of the early 2010s. The rapper, singer, and songwriter went supernova with Disc-Overy (2010), a multi-platinum debut album that integrated hip-hop, reggae, drum’n’bass, EDM, and full-on pop with seven Top 40 singles, beginning with the chart-topping and award-winning “Pass Out,” and later including “Written in the Stars,” also a Top 20 U.S. hit. Demonstration (2013) and Youth (2017), his second and third albums, nearly doubled his tally of Top 40 singles as a headliner. All the while, Tinie’s animated guest verses became increasingly prized, granted to major hits by the likes of close associate Labrinth, Rita Ora, Cheryl Cole, and KDA. Three years on from his third album, Tinie has previewed his fourth LP with a handful of singles led by “Top Winners.”
South London native Tinie Tempah, born Patrick Chukwuem Okogwu, Jr., started recording in his teens with the group Aftershock Hooligans, and soon made his solo mixtape debut with the freely available 2005’s Chapter 1, 1-Verse 22: Buss Dat Cap. Hood Econ%mics, Room 147: The 80 Minute Course followed in 2007 on Disturbing London (aka DL), a label Tinie co-founded with his manager. Tinie’s first proper commercial release, it contained the singles “Wifey,” “Hood Economics,” and “Tears.” It also featured an appearance from Chipmunk, who had worked with Tinie on his own “Connections” — issued earlier that year — thus priming Tinie for numerous supporting roles throughout the ensuing years.
Signed to Parlophone in 2009, Tinie made his major-label debut the following February with the Labrinth-produced single “Pass Out.” An across-the-board mainstream breakthrough, it went to number one in the U.K., sent its subsequent parent release, Disc-Overy, to the top of the album chart, and went on to win a Brit Award for Best Single, as well as an Ivor Novello Award for Best Contemporary Song. Even if it hadn’t included “Pass Out,” Disc-Overy would have been immensely successful. The LP produced five additional charting singles, including the number two hit “Frisky,” the number one Eric Turner collaboration “Written in the Stars” (also a number 12 pop hit in the U.S.), and the Swedish House Mafia production “Miami 2 Ibiza,” which reached the fourth position. During this barrage of hits, Tinie also appeared on Tinchy Stryder’s number 22 hit “Game Over.”
Although three years passed between Tinie’s first and second albums, the artist issued mixtapes such as Birthday and was the common factor in a slew of Top Ten hits, namely JLS’ “Eyes Wide Shut,” Labrinth’s “Earthquake,” Rita Ora’s chart-crowning “R.I.P.,” and Calvin Harris’ “Drinking from the Bottle.” Tinie offered his follow-up, the number three chart entry Demonstration, in November 2013, and racked up more Top Ten singles with “Trampoline,” on which he was joined by 2 Chainz, and “Children of the Sun,” featuring John Martin. Between 2014 and 2015, DVBBS and Borgeous’ “Tsunami (Jump),” Cheryl Cole’s “Crazy Stupid Love,” and KDA’s “Turn the Music Louder (Rumble)” all became number one pop hits with Tinie in supporting roles. Another supplemental mixtape, Junk Food, was released toward the end of the latter year. Tinie’s third proper full-length, Youth, materialized in April 2017 and continued his streak of Top Ten entries. It was promoted by his third number one single as a headliner, “Not Letting Go” (featuring Jess Glynne), and the number five hit “Girls Like” (with Zara Larsson).
On the way to his fourth album in 2020, Tinie offered numerous singles, most notably “Top Winners,” a collaboration with Not3s. ~ Andy Kellman, Rovi