After a year of performances around the world, Fedde Le Grand returns with a cross-genre remix for Charlie Puth’s ‘Mother’, where he creates an entirely new vision for the song. Out now, his release follows ‘Skank’ and ‘Like We Do’ from earlier this year on his imprint Darklight Recordings.
Fedde Le Grand recreated ‘Mother’ with his own dancefloor style in mind. With multiple layers of synths and bouncy percussion, this track aims to be a festival mainstay. While still showing appreciation for the original piece, he reimagines it with an instrumental arrangement. The original track by Charlie Puth was released by Atlantic Records in early September and has apparently received substantial recognition.
Charlie is an American pop singer and songwriter who was discovered through self-made YouTube videos. Not too long after that he was picked up by Atlantic Records who released his debut track ‘Marvin Gaye’ with Meghan Trainor in 2015. Some notable releases from him include ‘We Don’t Talk Anymore’ and ‘One Call Away’ which both peaked in the Top 15 of Billboard’s Hot 100 in 2017. After multiple chart-topping album and single releases, fast forward to 2019 ‘Mother’ follows the release of ‘I Warned Myself’ a single off his upcoming third studio album.