Known for his infectious covers and unmatched energy, 32Stitches is only getting started. The ambitious producer has hit it big with over 30 million collective streams under his belt, as well as releases on Universal, Insomniac, NoCopyrightSounds and more, while having just returned with yet another infectious cover, teaming up with blklght for “Reload.”
There’s no surprise that the combination of two talented artist like these can produce wonders. US-born Indian American talent blklght has released remixes for the likes of Paul Oakenfold, Luis Fonsi, Aloe Blacc and Azealia Banks, while having made a name for himself due to his incredible live performances. 32Stitches and blklght’s “Reload” cover takes on Sebastian Ingrosso, Tommy Trash and John Martin’s homonymous single, which was released in 2012, flipping its progressive house vibes into an anthemic melodic trap arrangement.
“Back when Sebastian Ingrosso and Tommy Trash dropped ‘Reload’ in 2012 it was an instant classic for us. An anthem you would expect to hear at almost any club or festival because everyone was dying to hear it. It’s always tough working on something as historic as this because you want to do the song justice. We knew it was going to be tough but we wanted to see if we could bring back the song with a new flavour and introduce it to an audience that may have never experienced it before, or bring back that nostalgia for those that had,” reveal the two artists.
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: 32Stitches Teams Up With blklght For Otherwordly “Reload” Cover