It had to be done. Kanye West’s original version of “Love Lockdown” quite simply isn’t the best or the worst. Here are some of the best…and worst remixes found by Without Out Pause. Don’t be shocked if you start dancing like nobody is watching or spazzing like a fish in alcohol.
NSG, had he been first to market, might have fared well with this emo-mix of “Love Lockdown.”
Everything that says exclusive isn’t. Now, certainly Arkane is talented. This remix proves something is there, but overall sound comes off like a mixture of New Jack Swing, 80’s Synsonic drums and random sounds.
Oh my. The George Lucas sound doesn’t make this an event. Anastacia’s booming voice just doesn’t meld with Kanye’s freshly auto-tuned voice. No.
This remix by Cee Block Bass doesn’t suck, but it sure is lazy. Adding more drums does not a remix make. Reinvention is key! There is no loathing, only disappointment.
Why would this girl try to emulate Beyonce’s “Flaws and All?” Her remix isn’t so bad, but her video…she think she cute. LOL.
Mysto & Pizzi Electro House Remix
LMFAO’s Electro Hip-Hop Remix
This may be unfair, but here is Kanye West’s “Love Lockdown” over the instrumental for Kid Cudi’s “Day ‘N’ Nite.” Better? Definitely arguable.
Tone Deff calls this a remix, but its mostly a hi-jack.
Bell gives Kanye West a totally different look with his “guitar mix” – Nice, mellow sound.