UK DJ Vintage Culture Remixes Electronic Producer Mella Dee’s “Love It Or Not”

Following the raucous cheers of Mella Dee’s single ‘Love It Or Not’, the UK’s most prolific electronic producer today shared a remix of the track by chart-topping DJ and producer, Vintage Culture. The remix is ​​available for purchase/streaming from all DSPs via Pete Tong’s Three Six Zero Recordings HERE.

Vintage Culture’s reworking of “Love It Or Not” is an impeccably produced deep house cut ready to roll out to festivals around the world this summer. Infinite Coles’ soulful piano keys, smooth synth lines and effortless vocals all blend synonymously with Vintage Culture’s signature rolling basslines. Mella Dee’s original version is currently reaching dizzying heights of global 907K streams in addition to widespread support from BBC Radio 1 with a massive 56 listens across the station.

Speaking about the collaboration, Vintage Culture explains, “When Pete (Tong) called and asked for a remix for ‘Love It or Not,’ I said ‘yes’ before the track was even finished playing in my headphones. Mella Dee’s production on the original version is very strong – my goal was to deliver a unique rendition. “Love It or Not” has a great vocal performance and carries a positive message. I’m proud of my new remix of “Love It or Not” on Three Six Zero Music. Can’t wait to play that for the fans!”

A transatlantic collaboration between two titans of the dance industry, listen to Vintage Culture’s giant remix of “Love It Or Not” now.

Vintage Culture, aka Lukas Ruiz, has over 2 billion streams online, garners 8 million across his social media platforms, is Beatport’s top-selling producer and 1001Tracklists’ most-played producer. He is the cover star of DJ Mag (UK) this month and has previously graced the cover of Rolling Stone (Brazil), was named as one of the industry’s most influential “30 Under 30” by Forbes and created their very first Essential Mix for Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1. In 2020, Vintage Culture collaborated with global headliners Tiësto, David Guetta, Meduza, Robin Schulz and Jorja Smith, going Platinum on several releases, as well as topping the Billboard Hot Dance and Spotify Dance Charts.

Real name Ryan Aitchison, Mella Dee rose to international prominence with her 2017 single “Techno Disco Tool”, reaching number 1 on BBC Radio 1’s Dance Music Chart as well as one of BBC Radio 1’s “Tracks of the Decade”. ‘Annie Mac (and was even played during her last show on Radio 1). A year later, the Warehouse Music label head won ‘Best Breakthrough Label’ at the DJ Mag ‘Best of British’ awards and he was also named one of Mixmag’s ‘Stars of the Year’, s claiming as one of the most searched names. in dance music. Since then, Mella Dee has delivered her first Essential Mix for the legendary BBC Radio 1 series, an enthusiastically acclaimed Boiler Room debut, toured North America for the first time – including Chicago’s legendary Smart Bar – and joined the elusive Circoloco family for a summer of shows at DC10 and their memorable festival in Thailand. Ryan has also toured for his Warehouse Music label, taking on illustrious venues across Europe, including his hometown at the infamous Doncaster Warehouse.

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