Codeko & Austin Mahone Release Remix Package for Hit ‘Say Hi’
Codeko and Austin Mahone’s chart topper “Say Hi” just received the remix treatment courtesy of Felix Palmqvist and Dark Heart. The original dance pop hit has already amassed 4,000,000+ cross platform streams since its release in November on the famed Astralwerks label.
The first of the two remixes comes from Swedish producer Felix Palmqvist who infuses the original with his unique twist on the melody. The second version comes from Los Angeles-based producer Dark Heart, who has done stellar remixes for the likes of The Chainsmokers, Steve Aoki and blackbear. He carved his signature into “Say Hi,” focusing on new vocal chops and added percussion.
To debut ‘Say Hi’ Codeko and Austin Mahone invaded the University of Arizona for 8 performances in less than 24 hours. The debut across 2 pool parties, 2 sold out concerts, and 4 acoustic shows, yielded nearly 500,000 views on the official music video. Watch the video below.
CODEKO is not your typical music producer. By day Ed Clark is a senior at Cambridge University studying Physical Sciences, by night he is more widely known as CODEKO. At just 21 years old, the classically trained musician turned electronic producer is living a double life as a college student that tours the world playing festivals such as Tomorrowland, Electric Zoo, and Mysteryland. Widely known for his viral remixes, this summer CODEKO’s remix of Marshmello’s “Silence” hit #1 on Sirius XM’s BPM, while his MGMT – “KIDS” Remix hit #1 worldwide on Soundcloud dance charts. CODEKO’s latest original, “Say Hi,” has amassed over 4M streams and recieved support from Billboard, MTV TRL, iHeart Radio, Sirius BPM, Spotify Fresh Electronic, Apple A-List and more!
ABOUT AUSTIN MAHONE
Rising pop star Austin Mahone just concluded a 22 date North American tour: “A Tour For Me+You,” and is coming off the commercial success of his last record with Hardwell, Creatures of The Night. With over 10 millions Instagram followers and 6.5M monthly Spotify listeners, Austin has quickly evolved into a worldwide phenomenon. Austin’s record ‘Dirty Work’ recently hit #1 on iTunes Top Songs in Japan and broke the record for longest standing #1 spot on Billboard Japan Western Music Chart, surpassing both Taylor Swift and Bruno Mars with 14 weeks in the #1 position.