Justice Skolnik is quickly starting to become a hot commodity in the electronic scene. He's got an uplifting sound that takes on bright future bass synths and inspiration from deep house grooves, and the artist from San Francisco has added his touch to a range of sounds from classic R&B tunes including "Down" by Brandy or more modern hits such as Matoma's "False Alarm". What ties his sound together is his ability to merge varying electronic genres to evoke positive feels in every track, whether it be an original or remix.
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Showcasing another rendition of a classic, Justice Skolnik has ambitiously approached Kanye West's work "American Boy" ft. Estelle. The track is essentially timeless, with Kanye's catchy flow and Estelle's classy vocals to pair. In this remix, Justice Skolnik manages to do the original justice by adding a nu-disco flair to have you whippin' out some dance moves. A wavy side chain and bouncy synths create a saturated atmosphere that absolutely breathes life into the tune. Its punchy snares and steady beat makes the remix dance floor worthy with it's futuristic makeover.