Rudimental and Childish Gambino Get Gleeful on 'Feel the Love' (Woz Remix) - Song Premiere

U.K. electronic artists meet Donald Glover in this fun-loving track

Courtesy of Big Beat
July 26, 2013 11:00 AM ET

Rudimental and Childish Gambino threw such a good party on "Feel the Love," Woz just had to join in. The U.K. basshead gives a fun-loving remix to the track, his big bass bounces and background synth gleams pushing Gambino (a/k/a Community actor Donald Glover) forward with carefree ease. Woz keeps the low end playful and the flittering production touches light, giving Gambino plenty of space to gleefully boast about making his first million at age 23.

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The original version of "Feel the Love" will be on Rudimental's upcoming album, Home, out August 6th on Big Beat.

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