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With the massive flow of hype surrounding Beyonce's drop of her sixth album, Lemonade, it's no doubt that she's inspiring her fans and artists with the album's music on an even bigger level. One of the artists who is first proclaiming his admiration for the album is Miami's Niko Javan, who uploaded his take on the track "Sorry" as a free download on his SoundCloud this past weekend.
The original "Sorry" has raw grit and emotion, supported by trill trap and R&B beats. Here, Javan has transformed the original's production into an electronic future beat-led track, letting us be attracted to the remix by the familiarity of Bey's lyrics and vocals, and wanting to stay from impressive production.