PLS&TY Throws It Back With A Future Bass Remix
Earlier this year I had the pleasure of interviewing 19-year-old up-and-coming producer Tommy Leas, better know as PLS&TY (‘Please And Thank You’). We talked about his plans for 2015, how he got his start DJing/producing, his biggest musical inspirations and much more.
His latest track is a flip of Nelly Furtado’s 2009 hit “Promiscuous” filled with his own unique future bass take on the track. To get that future bass vibe he implements an huge sub-kick combo, capturing music lovers from the beginning. And the synths… Oh the synths. So many people are in love with them on this track, myself included.
Nelly Furtado – Promiscuous (feat. Timbaland) [PLS&TY Remix]
OTB: What was the process of remixing “Promiscuous (feat. Timbaland)”?
PLS&TY: Nelly Furtado is a bad bitch. The acapella and vocal track simply guided the way to create what you hear now.
OTB: Will you be expanding into more of a Future Bass style in other releases?
PLS&TY: Yes, expect a lot of future bass. But I can’t say that I don’t have a few unreleased trap tunes in the bag as well though.
OTB: The synths on the track are amazing. Any advice for up and coming producers on how to create such huge synths?
PLS&TY: Layering is the most important thing. Sounds on sounds.
OTB: Have you gotten any feedback from other producers on this track?
PLS&TY: I actually haven‘t sent it to any other producers yet. I feel that if people like it enough, it will naturally make it’s way into the right hands!
OTB: What’s next?
PLS&TY: Many more old hip/hop and classic song remixes. I’ve been on a roll with these lately, and they’re super fun to make and even listen to myself.
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