"Boom (Arona Mane Rendition)" - Major Lazer & Moti ft. Ty Dolla $ign, Wizkid, and Kranium

Jo-Carolyn Goode | 2/16/2016, 1:26 p.m.
Fresh off the successes of original "Things You Do," and his production work on Thandi Phoenix's "Unravelling" — combining for ...

Fresh off the successes of original "Things You Do," and his production work on Thandi Phoenix's "Unravelling" — combining for nearly 300,000 streams in less than a month — Australia's newest sensation, Arona Mane, is back once again with another head-turner.

Taking his skilled hand to Major Lazer and Moti's "Boom," he gives a special rendition that expertly infuses his 80s synthpop-meets-deep house sound into the beach-ready dancehall tune. Arona takes the track to sultry territory while upping the BPMs, making for a tune that's infectiously danceable without losing any of the sexiness. Vocals from Ty Dolla $ign, Wizkid, and Kranium fit in with the lush soundscape, transporting the listener away to warmer temps.

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Although details of Arona Mane remain few and far between, those in the know are starting to follow the breadcrumb trail of funk, R&B and 80’s electronica he’s leaving behind.

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Boom (Arona Mane Rendition)

Described by Australian dance heros The Aston Shuffle as a "smooth, 80’s tinged, disco kind of vibe,” Arona’s debut single "Things You Do," entered the world with a Triple J premiere, followed quickly by rip-roaring success of his collaboration with vocalist Thandi Phoenix, "Unravelling," with each production garnering him rapid attention and critical acclaim.

Announcing himself in late 2015, Arona Mane raised more than a few eyebrows with his Hypetrak-premiered boom-bap twist of Hermitude’s "Ukiyo," rapidly racking up nearly 50,000 plays. Since then, the Sydney-based producer has been clocking in studio hours alongside the likes of Milan, MXWLL, and Illy, just to name a few.

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