When we’re talking about hit songs, you can be sure we’ll be hearing remixes of it soon. And Chris Brown did just that as he teases fans with a 15-second clip of his new song ‘Five More Hours’ straight from DJ Deorro’s books.
As he worked on his “Between the Sheets” tour last week, Chris Brown released a 15-second teaser clip of his soon-to-be-released song ‘Five More Hours’, a remix of a hit song ‘Five Hours’ by DJ Deorro. Brown captioned the teaser with “#FiveMoreHours with @Deorro coming next week”, though unfortunately he didn’t give the song’s exact release date for this week.
Judging from the snippet, DJ Deorro’s international hit ‘Five Hours’ kept to its original music but it now has Brown’s versework applied to it thus making it into quite a crossover. However, the collaboration apparently upset some people, considering Brown’s notoriety as a pop star and Deorro’s reputation in electronic dance music.
But according to EDMTunes.com, Deorro has just recently quit being a DJ, so that he can focus more on his music. Thanks to his collaboration with Brown on ‘Five More Hours’, he may have just gotten a good push in the music industry. This may also mean that Deorro is probably on the house for more collaboration work with other well-known singers out there.
Meanwhile, Brown is still going on with his ‘Between the Sheets’ tour with Trey Songz and Tyga. However, he was reportedly banned from performing in Canada as he is still under probation. Others, on the other hand, are still speculating that Brown may have been banned from performing in Canada because of his on-going feud with Drake.
As of the moment, this speculation has not yet been addressed into by both Brown’s and Drake’s sides. For now, we can just wait to hear ‘Five More Hours’ by Chris Brown and DJ Deorro for its official release sometime this week.
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