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Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike collab with regard reworking Destiny’s Child ‘Say My Name’

One of the best R&B songs of the early 2000’s ‘Say My Name’ has been given a pop-influenced rework by international producer/DJ’s Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Regard.

One of the best R&B songs of the early 2000’s ‘Say My Name’ has been given a pop-influenced rework by international producer/DJ’s Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Regard.

The Destiny’s Child classic, a long-time radio and club favourite for fans around the world, has been flipped into a pitched-down-party-ready jam that vibrates with a smoothness that is loyal to the original. Dipping into familiar territory, the trio’s 2020 remake of ‘Say My Name’ takes the iconic R&B anthem deep and gives a refreshing spin on one of music’s most recognisable songs.

The famed Belgian duo Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, are current World No.1 DJ’s according to the Top100DJs Poll, and have collaborated with artists such as Diplo, Snoop Dogg, Paris Hilton Gucci Mane, Sebastian Yatra and Wiz Khalifa. Their single ‘Instagram’ with David Guetta, Afro Bros, Daddy Yankee and Natti Natasha has now surpassed 300 million streams worldwide. The decision to collaborate with Regard on this new release comes after the duo supplied an early 2020 remix of the Kosovan artist’s international hit track ‘Ride It’.

Exploding in charts and playlists since it was released back in 2019, ‘Ride It’ took the internet by storm, most noticeably via TikTok. The single was soon scoring Top 10 chart positions around the globe. Earning numerous Gold, Platinum and Diamond certifications; making it one of the biggest singles of the year – ‘Ride It’ currently has over 1.2 Billion streams worldwide. In 2020 Regard released his follow up single ‘Secrets’ featuring British singer-songwriter Raye, which has to date, surpassed 80M combined streams.



With ‘Say My Name’ the trio come together for a record that’s tinged in their individual musical identities whilst remoulding an R&B classic into a pop friendly hit!

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