Tujamo Unveils New Remix for 'Samir's Theme' on Spinnin Records
German EDM Star Tujamo is back with a brand new remix for classic single 'Samir's Theme' by US DJ/producer Debonair Samir
German hit maker Tujamo has remixed the classic tune 'Samir's Theme' by US DJ/producer Debonair Samir, and the result is phenomenal! Already supported by the biggest DJ's out there, including Martin Garrix, Afrojack and Hardwell, it's turned into a fierce house track that nicely blends the original's mesmerizing horns with thrilling bass chords and raving beats. Out now on Spinnin' Records.
Always on the look for a new festival anthem, Tujamo did not have to look very far for this one. 'Samir's Theme' has been a DJ's favorite ever since its original release in 2007. A steady crowdpleaser used by DJ's like Chuckie, David Guetta, Laidback Luke and A-Trak, it's always remained a record that sparks up the party, not in the least due to its rousing horn samples.
And, well, if there's any artist that knows his way with rousing sounds, it's Tujamo. The German DJ/producer has actually been around in the club and festival scene since the days the original track was released, but really started to make waves when he released hit records like 'Drop That Low (When I Dip)', 'Booty Bounce', 'With U', the Steve Aoki collab 'Boneless' and many more tunes that can easily be labeled as upwinding.
Listen To Samir's Theme Remix by Tujamo - HERE
So, now he's gotten his hands on a record that seems to be made for him. 'Samir's Theme' is dominated by a maddening horns sample, and provides instant gratification when played to a full dancefloor. Especially in this brand new guise, where the samples are enhanced by Tujamo's forceful beats and pumping bass lines, while working up towards a climax that should easily last another decade.
Yes, we've got a classic reborn again, DJ's like Martin Garrix, Afrojack, Hardwell, W&W, Nicky Romero, Firebeatz, Jay Hardway, Lucas & Steve, Blasterjaxx, Julian Jordan, Showtek and many more already know what it's worth - and as soon as it hits a DJ set near you, you'll feel it too.