Cade’s Global Hit “Sorry For Myself” Gets Remix By El Freaky
As a native Floridian from Tampa Bay, CADE’s relocation to Los Angeles came with his mission to bridge the gap between future R&B and electronic music.
After launching the music project in 2016, CADE released his first EP with Spinnin’ Records entitled “CARE EP”. The title track off the EP, “Care“, immediately gained traction, earning plays from the likes of the Chainsmokers and Pia Mia.
In 2017, CADE has continued to take the world by storm, including a killer collaboration with the talented Los Angeles-based DJ trio, Cheat Codes. Together, CADE and Cheat Codes concocted the infectious track, “Pretty Girl (Cheat Codes X CADE Remix)”. Also in that year, CADE also worked with Breathe Carolina and Bassjackers to release “Can’t Take It”.
As it climbed the Spotify global charts, CADE and Cheat Codes quickly saw the tune peak at #8 on the chart, hitting Gold certification in the US and the UK.
With a Gold collaboration under their belts, 2017 saw Cheat Codes and CADE join forces again for the original track “Stay With You”, which they debuted live on stage at Lollapalooza in Chicago. As a young talent, CADE has nothing but time to hypnotize dance floors everywhere with his heavy-hitting productions.
Having garnered over 2.5 million streams on Spotify, “Sorry For Myself” by the 20-year-old superstar CADE was one of the hottest songs of the year. Now, CADE’s track is taken on an exciting new spin by Colombian sound collective El Freaky.
The result is a new remix featuring SAN that takes the song straight to the Caribbean with upbeat island vibes and sunny rhythms. With reggaeton rhythms and a mid-track rap flow in Spanish, the tune takes listeners back to smooth oceanside breezes and hot nights in the club. Just when you thought summer was over, here’s a gem to take you right back to paradise.
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