Brazilian dance music talent Slow Motion has remixed Dwson’s 2018 single "Forbidden", making its way to all platforms today.
Bursting into life with vibrant percussion and a grooving four-to-the-floor beat, Slow Motion offers a high-energy rework of "Forbidden" that’s custom-made for the dance floor. Brimming in the artists signature energy and his Brazilian touch, the song forecasts a bright future for Slow Motion.
“Forbidden is one of the most requested songs by my fans. The original track left me enchanted and I decided to give a special touch to this remix. I'm happy with the results so far and I hope it can be played in many places in Brazil and around the world,“ Slow Motion shares.
Slow Motion’s big break came in 2016 when he released a remix collaboration of "Drinkee" by Sofi Tukker with Vintage Culture, a track that remains in heavy rotation. He then released his world-conquering remix of Jorja Smith and Maverick Sabre's hit ‘Slow Down’ last year. Most recently the Brazilian artist dropped a remix of "Naive" by London talent Asha Gold.
Hailing from Cape Town, Dwson is one of the most sought-after electronic artists in South Africa at the moment. Effortlessly breathing new life into the local deep house scene with his dubbed-out sound, he offers a diverse, genreless and refreshingly distinct sonic vision.