Dirty South Gets Emotional On 'All Of Us:' Exclusive Premiere

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Dirty South’s remixes have earned him a pair of Grammy nominations. In 2008, his reworking of Kaskade’s “Sorry” was in contention for the “Best Remixed Recording” award. In 2011, he was nominated again in that category, this time for joining Axwell to retool The Temper Trap’s “Sweet Disposition.”

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But he’s not just a remixer; Dirty South also writes his own compositions. He’s planning to collect some of those on a new album, and today the producer debuted the first taste of the full-length, “All Of Us,” exclusively on Billboard. “I love making emotional and meaningful dance music,” the Dirty South wrote in an email, “and this one is exactly that, featuring a beautiful voice of Arielle from indie band ANIMA!”

Listen below. The last Dirty South album came out in 2014.