A set of drum&bass remixes of pop songs by some of today’s smartest artists, like Taylor Swift, Lorde, Charli XCX, Lady Gaga, and more. This set is designed to introduce children, especially “mighty girls” and future strong women, to drum & bass, in a safe, supervised setting. To seal the deal, I’ve even included a remix of “Let it go” from Frozen. Drum&basshead parents: you’re welcome.
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