The 5 Best Remixes of Drake's 'In My Feelings'

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Drake performs in Concert at Aubrey & The Three Amigos Tour - Chicago, Illinois at United Center on Aug. 17, 2018 in Chicago.

Keke, do you love me? Are you riding on this hook until it drives you effing crazy? "In My Feelings" has been the only song we love to put on repeat since it dropped as part of Drake's Scorpion album in June. Like many of the Canadian rap-singer's tunes, it hit No. 1 on the Hot 100, spawned a meme and, of course, a bunch of remixes.

You can still get away with playing the original in your DJ sets, but in the case you're looking for something a little different, we suggest one of these fine five "In My Feelings" remixes. No doubt any of them will have KB riding right beside you all night long.

Drake - "In My Feelings" (DJ Sliink & DJ Jayhood Remix)

Jersey club kings DJ Sliink and DJ Jayhood rocked this booty bouncer. It's classic Jersey vibes with some original lyrics, so you never forget who did it to you like this. The original melody is intact but way skippy. We keep reppin' this one, but that's because it's great, and you need it in your arsenal.

Drake - "In My Feelings" (Brasstracks Cover)

These jazzy horns got us in our feelings in a big way. We're ready to take you to the dance floor and show you how real adults groove, or even straight to the bedroom to rock with the lights off. Brasstracks always comes correct on the cover game, and these Drake licks are no different. Shout out the drummer and the organist for getting it in, too.

Drake - "In My Feelings" (VAVO X Steve Reece Remix)

Let's ride that chill wave into a beachy sunset with this cute-trap remix from VAVO and Steve Reece. The favored melody gets a bit more '90s R&B before hitting a climactic future bass hook. Some squeaked out vocals and techy rhythms make this sweet as an ice cream float with one of those sweet-liquor shot chasers.

Drake - "In My Feelings" (DN4 Remix)

If you're looking for some extra mean-mug in your sing-along, this remix from DN4 is the perfect blend of pop hook and corner-bending gangster moves. There are all kinds of moods weaved into this one. The bold horns and stompin' beat of the hook remind us of early Trick Daddy Slip'n'Slide vibes. There's a touch of dancehall in its rhythm toward the middle, and generally just a lot of great '90s rap attitude, but it's still got all the modern trappings of the original. This is just a real good remix, so give it a spin.

Drake - "In My Feelings" (Lucky Luke Remix)

These have all been mostly sunny remixes, but Lucky Luke takes Trap Money Benny's baseline and covers it in club shadow. This one is a sexy grinder with a thick layer of wonky grime. It's smoky and mysterious, alluring, if you will. This one goes out to everyone who would rather not be in their feelings but catch the bug anyway.