If you aren’t yet familiar with the innovative and quirky LA-based producer Dr. Fresch then you are in for a treat. Fresch is a man that has a strong yearning for funky, quirky, and unconventional dancehall tracks. He has breathed fresh air into some throw backs like his trappy banger with Goshfather & Ginco remix of “Lovefool” by The Cardigans, or his sensual slow and melodic re-envisioning of Cassie’s “Me & U.” Steering away from his accustomed deep 808 hits and light snare slaps, Fresch ventures down a road that is “Hella Good.” For his latest remix, he has taken the early 2000’s pop anthem “Hella Good” by No Doubt and turned into a sun-drenched dance hall banger. "I wanted my Hella Good remix to in every sense a "summer club banger", while remaining true to the Dr. Fresch brand,” Dr. Fresch says. “I chose to remix Hella Good because it was one of my favorite pop songs growing up, the vocals lent themselves well to being reinterpreted within the context of dance music, and no one has touched the track recently.” Indeed this track is hella good. Deep dripping bass reverberates over a pulsating kick snare pattern that sounds as if it was intended for the original production. All of a sudden, a sexy solo from Sapphire Adizes comes out of left field, taking the track to the next level. The pop-stylings of the original are kept intact while embodying all that we have come to know and love from Dr. Fresch. Without question this track will have you feeling hella good, so cop a free download on his soundcloud and keep on dancing.