Listen to Milo & Otis' Swaggering Trap Remix of Henry Fong's "Stand Up"

By Michelle Lhooq


OWSLA's buzziest newcomer and noted dreadlocks enthusiast Henry Fong is dropping a festival-sized bomb called "Stand Up" in our ready and willing laps. Fong, who helped usher in Florida's exploding EDM scene, recently skidaddled over to LA and linked up with old Skrilley, who liked the track so much, he decided to re-release it along with remixes by Milo & Otis, Destructo and on DallasK on OWSLA in February.

But only one of those remixes sprinkles in a sample of Jessie Pinkman of Breaking Bad's infamous catchphrase—"Bitch!"—and it's the one by fellow LA dwellers Milo & Otis. The duo delivers a NOLA bounce-inspired rework of Fong's already attitude-filled track, with plenty of double-drop nastiness to ensure no twerk gets left behind. 

About the track, Fong has said that it is "really special to me, as it was inspired by my early days DJing hip-hop at college bars." No wonder we can smell the sleaze. 

Stand Up is out on February 11 on OWSLA

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