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Slave: The Remixtape

by Nadir

Remix artists, including The Invisible Kid, DJ Butterface, Badmitten, Rev, DJ Powder and Dibs, contribute an eclectic variety of mixes to Nadir\'s award-winning composition \"Slave\" - from R&B, electro-house and hip-hop to tech-funk, rock breaks and pop
Genre: Electronic: Dance
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Slave (Cool Rev's Nastyville Crunk Mix)
4:20 $0.99
2. Slave (DiscoSlave by The Invisible Kid)
7:31 $0.99
3. Slave (Feel the Pain Funk Mix by DJ Butterface & Nadir)
6:30 $0.99
4. Slave (Distorted Soul Rock Radio Edit)
3:23 $0.99
5. Slave (DJ Butterface Power X-Change Flip)
6:49 $0.99
6. Slave (Distorted Soul Hip-Hop Radio Edit featuring Versiz)
3:55 $0.99
7. Slave (Badmitten Covert Ops Mix)
7:35 $0.99
8. Slave (Cashville Crunk Radio Edit featuring Just One)
3:22 $0.99
9. Slave (DJ Butterface Vibrator Trix featuring DJ President Ike)
6:47 $0.99
10. Slave (Distorted Soul Hip-Hop DJ Mix featuring Versiz)
5:40 $0.99
11. Slave (Distorted Soul Album Version)
4:24 $0.99
12. Slave (DiscoSlave Instrumental by The Invisible Kid)
7:31 $0.99
13. Slave (Badmitten Covert Ops Instrumental)
7:33 $0.99
14. Slave (Distorted Soul Acoustic Radio Edit)
3:23 $0.99
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Album Notes
2008 Detroit Music Award for Outstanding Electronic/Dance Recording!

"SLAVE: The Remixtape is a fantastic example of what remixers can do when given good material... If you’re into remixes, Nadir’s Slave: The Remixtape is a tour-de-force of remixing." …

SLAVE: The Remixtape - Remix Artists Serve Up Lurid Spins on "Slave"

Some artists defy classification. Detroit’s revolutionary soul man, Nadir, rebels against it.

His solo debut Distorted Soul 2.0 was crowned "Best Funk Album of the Year" by and earned a Detroit Music Award for "Outstanding Urban Funk/Hip-Hop Recording", after international spins on Urban A/C, Rock, Urban Contemporary and even Smooth Jazz radio. Witnesses can catch Nadir skanking funk guitar in Europe, or rocking an acoustic in front of the White House demanding that George Bush step down. His funk-rock jam band, Distorted Soul, burns through Nadir’s varied originals then fires off hard rocking versions of "Love TKO" or Bobby Brown’s "Don’t Be Cruel".

The release of Slave: The Remixtape, which offers fourteen very different versions of Nadir’s award-winning composition "Slave" (and five additional tracks online), is yet another arresting and unconventional surprise.

Slave: The Remixtape is not an album nor is it a mixtape. It’s a Remixtape, an album length collection of banging tracks that covers just about every genre of club and radio fare - Crunk, Funk, Hip-hop, Rock, Funky House, Techno - it’s all there on Slave: The Remixtape.

What is it about this song that would compel accomplished remix artists from all over to place their own unique spin on the track? "Slave", a stand-out selection from Nadir’s acclaimed Distorted Soul 2.0, has attracted attention and awards around the globe including a Finalist berth in the John Lennon International Songwriting Competition, and the Grand Prize in a NARAS Grammy Contest in Detroit.

"We all feel like a slave to something or someone from time to time," Nadir remarks. "The song was written about being a slave to the pain of a bitter break-up, but everyone who hears it finds their own interpretation. Several hot producers offered to mix up these eclectic versions that will help introduce 'Slave' to a wider audience, specifically for clubs and radio. Every DJ will find something that blends with his or her individual style."

Executive Producer, Corbin Dooley, a dj and former major label marketing head agrees. "Each remixer we chose brought new revelations to the song, insuring that every version of ‘Slave’ is unique, yet the vocal ties the productions together. We were fortunate to work with some of the rising young producers in dance music, hip-hop and pop, in hopes of redefining this hit song for clubs and radio."

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