Yoko Ono - "Hell in Paradise" (Camelphat Remix) (premiere)

by Sarah Zupko

8 December 2016

Yoko Ono's latest club banger "Hell in Paradise" gets a funky remix from Camelphat.
 

Best known for her experimental music with husband John Lennon, Yoko Ono discovered her love for electronic dance music nearly 16 years ago. Her latest club banger is the heady “Hell in Paradise”, a perfect dance album for the Trump era. This set of lyrics couldn’t be more on point: “When will we come to realize / We’re all stoned or pacified / While the boogie men organize / Their multilevel schemes.” Ono‘s work has always been socially conscious, and we need that in our music, even dance music, more than ever. The tremendously catchy “Hell in Paradise” has a had some remixes release already and today we bring you Camelphat’s take on the catchy, big beat tune. Camelphat’s remix is the best of the batch of remixes so far as it brings the funk and amps up the soul of the song.
  

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