So I’ve been secretly a Kimbra fan for a while now, ever since happening across her Settle Down video on Youtube a while back. Notably, I couldn’t get over her interesting looks and unique voice. Totally late on that one though, the single came out in 2010! Thought I’d come back with a retro electro remix, typical, from Shook of Cameo Lover. Loving the sound of this one, totally brought me back. Second is the Maestro remix of Settle Down which at times seemed like it was about to edge into dubstep, but thankfully it never did. Young music producer, I’m actually quite impressed with this remix. And lastly, the George Fitzgerald remix of Build Up

Kimbra – Cameo Lover (Shook Remix)

Kimbra – Settle Down (Maestro Remix)

Kimbra – Build Up (George Fitzgerald Remix)

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