Canadian electronic music producer Arudz has delivered a dreamy future bass remix of Gnash’s ‘i hate u, i love u,’ a stirring switch-up that intensifies Olivia Obrien’s soulful vocals. Much in the vein of Odesza, Flume and Marshmello’s trademark club-ready downtempo anthems, this rendition of a chart-climbing favorite goes even deeper thanks to some swirling chord progression.
Arudz’ remix of Gnash’s track maintains the soulful stopping power of the alternative R&B original while hitting a fervent future plateau at the same time. ‘i hate u, i love u’ remains as a touching love ballad throughout the re-imagining – the remixer’s anamorphic jolt adds an all-new level of emotion. Arudz’ rendition helps amplify those embattled emotions of love which we all feel at some point in our lives. This mind over heart storyline gets a deserved tribute thanks to a trendy and current exploration in a new genre. Check it out below.