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Like A G6 (Xayro Seversky RMX)

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Hey guys! Sorry I've been so inactive. I've been working on some serious stuff, and haven't had time to post some side-work here on Newgrounds. But here, this remix is what I'm posting on my YouTube channel for my 350 subscriber milestone. Enjoy an early, lower quality download for being awesome!

Title: "Like A G6 (Xayro Seversky Remix)"
Artist: Far East Movement, remixed by Xayro Seversky
Version: Final
Genre: Electro
BPM: 135

Gritty Electro Bassline
Hard Percussion
Massive Drops
Poppin' Bottles
Binge Drinking
Free Airplane Rides in a Gulfstream 650 Business Class Jet

Produced by: Xayro Seversky
Vocals by: Far East Movement
Original Song: Far East Movement

More stuff by Xayro Seversky (lol, me) at http://www.facebook.com/x ayroseversky and here at newgrounds. Also, I have a YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/x ayroseversky)!

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yo. i love this one.

this song is super awesome. perfect. like a g-6


I didn't expect the amazing electro bass, it's really really good!
Don't have any constructive criticism for this one, it's just awesome :D
Great mastering, good job! :D

hmmmm....... MY thoughts are..

THis is one of the best remixes of a current song that I have heard on Newgrounds. I am impressed at your skill in making music. I am also impressed at your eloquent responses to the fans that leave you nice little reviews. After listening to this song, I think I am going to find a lot of money and invest it into purchasing a G6 for my personal use. THank you so much for the amazing music you create!


With immense respect,
FRS-AKA Hayden

Xayro responds:

Dearest Sir,

I am filled with gratitude that you appreciate my eloquent responses to the comments left on this, the page of my musical integrity. However, I am only doing such to more or less humorously mock the track and it's complete lack of any true class. I remixed this piece to make it delightful to my own ears, and add some class to it, as well. I feel as if I succeeded in that second endeavor. I, for sure, succeeded in the first, as my ears are happier already.

As far as your own personal Gulfstream 650 Business Class Jet goes, I wish you much luck on the endeavor, as it is, indeed, an expensive toy. However, I have heard, from anonymous sources, of course, that if you play this remix at the Airplane Dealership, they will give you the jet for free. Either that, or escort you off the property.

If you fail in this endeavor, you are welcome to ride upon my imaginary Gulfstream I keep referencing in these comments.

I must conclude this comment response, as, the more I talk like this, the more I start to feel like, as the urban youth of today says, "a bit of a douche."

Love Long and Prosper,
Xayro Seversky


This is the sort of song that I don't like to listen to.
That's because it puts me into a clubbing mood, and chances are I won't be clubbing any time soon.
At the moment, I'm just angry that I'm not actually clubbing, but it's bittersweet.


Xayro responds:

You could indeed be clubbing! Hop on my Gulfstream 650 Business Jet. We'll go around the world and rave in first class. My busty stewardesses will address your every need. They're not intoxicated, but, oh, my friend, they'll sure seem like they are once we arrive on board!

I am happy that you enjoyed this remix. The remix is happy also. So are my stewardesses. We are awaiting your arrival on the Party G6.

Haven't heard the original...

But I'm sure you probably make it look bad... This is awesome.

Great mastering!

Xayro responds:

Well, my good sir, you should give the original piece a listen and give it an informed opinion! The original lacks in a lot of areas, especially in the melodic area. I have taken those parts that were lacking and placed them inside of /MY/ Gulfstream 650 Business Jet and flew them around the world, culturing them in the ways of the world, and dropped them back off in LA, where they reformed into this remix.

Ignore the sombrero. We stopped in Mexico and partied more than we probably should have.

Credits & Info


4.61 / 5.00

Nov 2, 2010
2:42 AM EDT
File Info
7.8 MB
4 min 52 sec

Licensing Terms

Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.