2014-05-05T17:07:48-04:00 2014-05-05T16:58:18-04:00

Nightizm spooks out Rick Ross and The Weeknd's track, "In Vien"

Nightizm has attracted a considerable amount of attention since he manages to repeatedly impressive his listeners with an interesting style of future bass. Composed of one member, this Toronto native has been making music since 2009, but did not began producing under Nightizm until 2013. Today, after his recent success of remixing LordeNightizm continues to impress his fans with his first hip-hop remix of Rick Ross and The Weeknd. The track acts as a teaser before Nightizm releases his debut Renaissance EP on May 16. 

Nightizm completely slows down and sexualizes The Weeknd's lyrics in an eerie way on his remix. The original tone of the track is completely warped as Nightizm finds out how to make the track sound sinister without taking too much away from the verse of both rappers. One of the most impressive features of this remix is the spooky underlying structure that is apparent in most of Nightizm's work. You can grab a free download of the track below. 

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NIghtizm - Rick ROss REMIX EP

Rick Ross ft. The Weeknd

"In Vein" (Nightizm Remix)

Bass · R&B · Witch


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Not the Juan
7 years ago

@Nightizm @RickRoss @theweeknd DAS RACIST!!! LOL #JK

7 years ago

why the satanic cross?

7 years ago

first skulls are the hip new thing, now satanic crosses are cool?