Hear First Remix of Hillary Clinton's Unofficial Theme Song 'Stronger Together': Exclusive

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Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton arrives on stage to address delegates during the fourth and final night of the Democratic National Convention at Wells Fargo Center on July 28, 2016 in Philadelphia. 

The original version debuted at the DNC.

The inspiring and motivational song "Stronger Together," sung by American Idol finalist Jessica Sanchez, had its debut at the Democratic National Convention following Hillary Clinton's speech. The anthemic song was written and recorded specifically for Hillary Clinton and her campaign. 

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Today (Aug. 18), Billboard Dance is premiering the first official dance remix of the pop tune, and it's even more uplifting than the original, which can be heard below. 

With an additional two minutes of heart-pounding dance beats, the original is transformed as Dirty Pop (the duo of DrewG and Brian Cua) deliver what they have deemed a club remix of the track. "Brian and I approached it just like we would with any other mix with a goal of making it a dance anthem," DrewG said. "We wanted to be a part of helping spread a positive message. One of the best ways of doing that is through our dance floors." 

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As for the bigger political picture, DrewG said, "We hope other DJs will join us and #giveemhill on their dance floors, 'cause love always trumps hate and we truly are stronger together."

Give their remix a listen below.