Today, DJ D-Sol offers up a fresh set of remixes to accompany his winter smash single “Electric.” The original, featuring singer Hayley May (the uncredited vocalist behind Joel Cory’s 2019 smash “Sorry” as well as M-22 “How Does It Feel”) is driven by addictive UK piano house and was featured on the cover of Spotify’s Mint playlist, supported by SiriusXM BPM and Music Choice while receiving nearly two million streams.

DJ D-Sol has tapped an eclectic group of emerging talent to breathe new life into his popular track. Cheat Codes protege Danny Quest adds a darker and deeper bassline while embracing the glory of the original vocal; FANGS (solo project from founding member of Brass Knuckles) focuses his remix around a punchier breakbeat and driving electro bassline; while Crush Club (the NYC-based disco house duo of vocalist TC Milan and producer and multi-instrumentalist Le Chev) embrace classic house music with a remix built heavily on the piano and a disco bassline.

“Electric” is DJ D-Sol’s second original release, following up on the success of his 2019 Billboard Dance Radio charting single “Feel Alive.” Most recently, D-Sol, Dzeko, and Kool & The Gang, “Down On It,” an up-to-date-take on the original, “Get Down On It,” received strong support from Sirius XM’s BPM and made the Top 20 Beats of the Week. Previous to “Down On It, D-Sol released “Rescue Me,” a dancefloor re-interpretation of the 1965 Fontella Bass classic featuring the voice of Alex Newell and additional songwriting from Laura White (writer and vocalist of Galantis “Love On Me.”)

“Electric (The Remixes)” is out now on Payback Records/Big Beat. - listen here

About D-Sol and Payback Records

D-Sol (aka David Solomon) is a two time Billboard Dance/Mix Show Airplay charting artist. He has opened for Galantis, Kygo, David Guetta, Paul Oakenfold, and Liquid Todd and has been featured in dozens of media outlets from Rolling Stone to The Washington Post.

Payback Records, in partnership with Big Beat/Atlantic Records, is currently directing all proceeds to organizations focused on procuring and delivering basic necessities to frontline health care workers, who are fighting COVID-19. Payback Records continues to be committed to the important cause of raising funds to address America's addiction epidemic and will redirect money towards non-profits helping individuals and families struggling with addiction, in the near future. For more information, see www.paybackrecords.com

“I’m fortunate that my visibility as a business person gives me the ability to create a platform that combines doing what I love, with a cause that I deeply believe in.” — David Solomon, Founder, Payback Records

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