2018-01-18T02:41:32-05:00 2018-01-18T02:43:56-05:00

Justice Skolnik shakes up Kanye West's "Good Life" with synthy lift

Who doesn't love a solid Kanye West flip? The artist's vast catalogue of hits are so ingrained in the pop culture lexicon, its hard to get sick of any one track. Enigmatic Bay Area producer Justice Skolnik takes a stab at Kanye's Grammy-winning 2007 classic "Good Life" (off Graduation) with chilled out gusto. The refreshing remix draws stylistic influence from future bass and nu disco. Reworked production lifts Kanye's vocals into the stratosphere, boosted by all-encompassing layered synths and throwback horns. Already an aspirational track for daydreaming of yachts and bottles, Justice Skolnik's delicious forward-thinking flip shines up "Good Life" for 2018. 

The past several years have established Justice Skolnik as one to watch, boosted by official remixes for Eva Shaw, Lost Kings, and Matoma, along with tastemaker support for originals such as "Glow." With a hybrid take on dance music drawing influence from modern trends and classic techniques, the San Francisco sound bender is poised to fully enter the limelight in 2018. 

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Electronic · Future Bass · Nu-disco


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