Cross-Switch: Rihanna – Pour It Up (RL Grime Remix) [Listen]

Cross-Switch: Rihanna – Pour It Up (RL Grime Remix) [Listen]
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Rihanna’s good-girl-gone-bad onstage persona and powerful voice have made huge waves in the world of hip hop and pop, and now she is becoming an even larger presence in the electronic music scene as countless artists have taken to remixing her tracks.

Our current favorite is RL Grime’s re-working of pop diva’s hit track “Pour It Up.” The former electro-house artist (you may have known him as Clockwork) returns a bit to his roots with a fresh infusion of trap on his re-working of the track, which gives the sound a deeper, edgier, and more ominous feel. Download it for free today and let us know what you think.

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