Sampling the stunning ‘62 original of Something’s Got A Hold On Me by Etta James – the vocal that has been wildly recognized from taking part in the leaked live set version of Avicii’s Levels – the freshest radio hit from Flo Rida, entitled Good Feeling, re-emerges Atlantic Records for the upcoming release of a large remix package, gracefully led by the Australia based Anthony Maniscalco, also known as Hook N Sling. Not only has his iconic club sound paved the way for a fruitful 2011 with releases like Take You Higher, Edge Of The Earth and Diamonds In The Sky, but the fast-developing production dexterity of the Sydney resident has been playing a major role in dibbling his name as a regular on the map of the world’s top-tier DJ’s.

Also coming off a string of hotly tipped remixes on Blow Up, Forever and more recently, of Nervo’s We’re All No One, the Aussie producer antes up for an installment on one of the more influential record labels within the music industry as we yet athirst the single release of Tokyo By Night on Axwell’s unconquered Axtone label. Flipping from the remarkable vocals of Etta James and a simmering build-up into an instantly memorable synth progression, a staggering hook and infectious baselines, a new smash from down-under is upon us. It’s set for release on November 1st, have a listen!


2 Comments to “Preview: Flo Rida – Good Feeling (Hook N Sling Remix) [Atlantic]”

  • Great preview.

  • Does not hook.

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