Say OK Remixes

Following the release of ‘Say OK’ back in April NLV Records have put together special collection of Say OK Remixes from some of our favourite producers.


Mina has added her signature dancehall sound to her reinterpretation of Say OK by Lewis Cancut feat. Tigarah. The beat fades in and gives the song it’s dancehall flavour, the sound of dripping water also helps to inject a tropical feel.

Mina creatively chopped up Tigarah’s vocal to fit perfectly with the feel and sound of the beat. The drums throughout the song hit in all the right places representing Mina’s individual sound. A perfectly cheerful song for Spring.


Moscow based artist Kate NV has taken Say Ok from Lewis Cancut feat. Tigarah and put her very own spin on it. With her background in Moscow’s no-wave and synth pop scene Kate NV’s remix is a constantly evolving instrumental.

Starting out quite minimalist, Kate layers the loops and synths like a work of art, which is what this remix is. The initial loop runs throughout the song and is met by the occasional kick drum, clap or vocal grab. This Say OK remix is one you will appreciate more and more with each listen.


Ducky is an extremely versatile producer so we were excited to hear her take on Lewis Cancut’s Say OK feat. Tigarah. An ambient beginning with Tigarah’s echoing vocal growing closer and closer leads you to believe it could be a stripped back edit. But you would be wrong.

On Tigarah’s call, the song drops into heavy, dubstep territory. The slicing synths cut up the track giving it a new hardstyle sound. It then returns back to its ambience and Tigarah’s unmistakable vocal before Ducky introduces the drums which bring the remix to a close. This is one for the rave.


We didn’t have to look very far to get a Jersey remix of Lewis Cancut’s Say OK feat. Tigarah. Our very own UNIIQU3, queen of jersey club, was the perfect candidate. Her remixes are always killer and this one is no exception.

This remix is intricately layered with pops, claps, drums, Jersey vocal stabs and samples. Tigarah’s “I just go” is the perfect vocal grab for the upbeat, high energy club song. UNIIQU3 took Japan to Jersey and it’s never sounded so natural. 


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