DONWILL “Love Junkie” (Wallpaper. Live Remix) MUSIC VIDEO

Donwill and Wallpaper.

Donwill of Brooklyn’s hip-hop trio Tanya Morgan commissioned Oakland’s very own Wallpaper. to “re-edit” (if you will) his track “Love Junkie” from his new solo album High Fidelity.  Donwill stated that Wallpaper. “brings totally something different to the song” and that the “four on the floor beat just makes you want to dance.”  There is no questioning that.  When Wallpaper. got to the studio they completely rearranged “Love Junkie” and turned the synth-ridden club original into a funked out party jammer.  I wouldn’t even call it a remix.  It’s more of a re-imaging done the right way.

MP3: “Love Junkie (Wallpaper. Remix Featuring The Park)


3 Responses to “DONWILL “Love Junkie” (Wallpaper. Live Remix) MUSIC VIDEO”

  1. 1 farouk May 7, 2010 at 3:04 am


  2. 2 farouk May 7, 2010 at 3:36 am

    I want the song download link

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