Gwen Stefani Songs Remixed: Listen to 5 of the Best

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Gwen Stefani poses for a portrait in 2007.

Gwen Stefani rang in her 47th birthday yesterday (Oct. 3), though that isn't the only thing she has to celebrate.

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Recently, Stefani also revealed an upcoming animated TV series, Kuu Kuu Harajukuwhich will air on Nickelodeon. So while the singer momentarily takes a step away from music, revisit a list of the best Gwen Stefani songs remixed for your listening pleasure.

#1 Gwen Stefani Song Remix: "4 in the Morning" (Thin White Duke)

Stuart Price just doesn't disappoint.

#2 Gwen Stefani Song Remix: “Baby Don't Lie” (JP Corsten Radio Edit)

This remix is more or less the same as Gwen Stefani's original song, save for the sped up tempo -- and what a difference that can make. Here, it results in an infectious feel-good track. 

#3 Gwen Stefani Song Remix: “What You Waiting For” (Lets Be Friends)

After the first few seconds, this remix eclipses the original in a synth-driven sonic explosion. This one was made to be played at high volumes.

#4 Gwen Stefani Song Remix: “The Sweet Escape ft. Akon” (SMLE)

Considering the original song is one of Stefani's more laid-back listens, it's only fitting that the remix capitalizes on that by incorporating ambient undertones and keeping its mild pace.  

#5 Gwen Stefani Song Remix: “Hollaback Girl" (DJ Wall And Kyle Hughes)

A drum-heavy remix soon takes a turn down a different path filled with whistles and layered rhythms before taking off in yet another new direction. This remix's varying sections ensure it entertains from beginning to end. 

#6 Gwen Stefani Song Remix: “Used To Love You" (MAIZE)

The original, one of Stefani's more recent hits, plays on as a heartbreak-heavy ballad. It's reimagined here as a celebration of a relationship's end -- and this remix keeps the celebration going the whole way through. 

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