Yolanda Be Cool x Azari & III Vocalists Cover ‘All That She Wants’

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Do you remember the 1990s? If you’re like me and are only fresh, you may only remember watching Teletubbies and a hell of a lot of Wiggles whist you threw food in every direction. However, most of you would probably remember some of your most prominent years, the early teens, the pre-angst years of innocence.

ACE OF BASE, back in those days, became very popular for their track ‘All That She Wants’. Many of you may remember the slow yet steady beat with the slightly tropical samples flying across some wonderfully simple vocals. The track was quite chilled out and of course still is, but put YOLANDA BE COOL in charge of this particular track, then the entire thing is of course flipped on it’s head.

The Sweat It Out! darlingsĀ have brought the beloved track back to the ears of a new generation with the help of SYF and FRITZ HELDER. You may recognise these vocalists from the recently disbanded AZARI & III, and if you remember them well, you will remember the stunning vocals both guys brought into the mix.

Both groups of boys loved the ACE OF BASE‘s original mix of ‘All That She Wants’, as most of us all did, and have transformed the pop classic from a era defining, charming pop sound into a brooding dance track with bursting synths and enchanting vocals. The overall pace of the track has been expedited ever so slightly and the vocals have definitely created an entirely new identity for ‘All That She Wants’.

Expect to see this track playing at various parties over the holidays with the new YOLANDA BE COOL and SYF and FRITZ track most likely being stuck in your New Years Eve playlist.

Words by Lauren Payne

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