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Tiesto Changes Up Icona Pop's 'I Love It' – Song Premiere

DJ and producer's remix gives the party jam a whole new flavor

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Courtesy MUSICAL FREEDOM
June 7, 2013 9:00 AM ET

Icona Pop's "I Love It" dominated dance floors last year with its defiantly joyous chorus and an all-out commitment to total fun, but for Tiësto, the party isn't over just yet. As the DJ and producer was curating his upcoming Club Life – Volume Three Stockholm, he was particularly struck by the Swedish duo's empowering anthem and went to work on his own vision for the track.

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"I really liked the song from the first time I heard it," Tiësto tells Rolling Stone. "The girls are from Stockholm, so I felt the special connection to make this track for the compilation." Despite his love for the original, Tiësto gave the song a new flavor with a big overhaul. "I completely changed the melody of the track," he says. "It's an entirely new bassline, melody and a different drop. The drop is very old school Tiësto, it's very melodic and it goes off."

Club Life – Volume Three Stockholm will be released digitally on June 18th and physically on June 25th.

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