Let’s not sugar coat this: Most Inna songs sound painfully alike. Unless they’re remixed. It’s honestly surprising that her tracks haven’t been heavily remixed in the past, given the fact that her sexy vocals can carry a big range of electronic beat synthesis. Her newest single, Endless, has been reworked by many not-so-big names, but luckily for you, I’ve gone through and picked the top four.
Endless (Pulserockers Remix) – Inna - Electronic wobble, just a few steps short of dubstep. Hits heavier than any original Inna production EVER will. Trust me.
Endless (Ramy Blazin Remix) – Inna – Thing Roni Meller’s “Electric Sunrise” with vocals. Then add some of that signature Inna island rhythm that she is so known for. Just a small and acceptable dose, though, not overwhelming.
Endless (Ivan Kay Factory Remix) – Inna - You’ll hear shades of Benassi, Guetta and R3hab in this one, but just keep in mind it’s not them. Still, I gotta say this remix makes Inna quite enjoyable.
Endless (Zampa Tools Mix) – Inna - This version sounds most like a traditional house/dance song, and it has the necessary tools needed to make you bob your head.
- SZ (@TheElectroHusky)