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Jayda G reveals official remix for Taylor Swift single ‘Anti-Hero’

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Jayda G has released an official remix of “Anti-Hero”, Taylor Swift’s recent chart-topping single.

The Canadian producer’s track, released on Thursday November 10, adds a summery house backing to Swift’s vocals.

It is part of two official remixes to be released of the track, with another coming from French producer Kungs. His interpretation takes a lo-fi, disco-flecked angle to the song.

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Announcing the two tracks on Twitter, Swift wrote: “Take your self loathing to the dancefloor! 2 more Anti-Hero remixes available on my site.”

Swift’s single “Anti-Hero”, released on October 21 2022, is currently number one in the UK charts, and is her longest-running chart topper. It is taken from her 10th studio album ‘Midnights’, released last month and the track written by Swift and Jack Antonoff.

Coinciding with the two remixes, Swift also released an acoustic version of the track.

Before the release of ‘Anti-Hero’, Swift spoke in a video posted to Instagram: “It’s one of my favourite songs I’ve ever written.

“I really don’t think I’ve delved this far into my insecurities in this detail before,” she added.

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Swift has also released two other reinterpretations of the hit single, one featuring Antonoff’s stage alias Bleachers, as well as another remix from Roosevelt, which was released days before on Wednesday (November 9).

Last week Jayda G was announced on the line-up for 2023’s edition of Hideout Festival, taking place between June 25-29. Other artists on the bill include Honey Dijon, Barry Can’t Swim, SHERELLE and Skream.

The Canadian producer and DJ collaborated with Aluna earlier this year in their joint single ‘Mine O’ Mine’.

Take a listen to Jayda G’s remix below:

Read Mixmag’s cover feature with Jayda G last year.

Isaac Muk is Mixmag’s Digital Intern, follow him on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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