Burgeoning Estonian producer Syn Cole has unveiled his remix of Jonas Blue & MAX’s summer hit single, ‘Naked’.
Syn Cole’s remix boasts snappy synth hooks and bubbling basslines underpinning MAX’s original vocal. The Estonian’s version of ‘Naked’ follows previous remixes from Nathan Dawe, Armand Van Helden, as well as a club mix from Jonas himself.
The original of ‘Naked’ has surpassed 35 million global audio and video streams. Since premiering on Roman Kemp’s Capital FM Breakfast show, the meteoric rise of Jonas and MAX’s latest offering shows no signs of letting up.
Amassing an armoury of platinum hit singles, over 11 billion global streams and 55 million singles sales, Jonas Blue is a mainstage DJ and pop powerhouse. And with over 1 billion streams so far this year, he joins an elite list of artists with similar 2020 streams including The 1975 and One Direction alumni Niall Horan. His debut album ‘Blue’ has just been certified gold in the UK.
Syn Cole first shot to fame after being discovered by Ash Pournouri, then-manager of Swedish superstar Avicii, in 2012. Releasing his first track (a Creamfields remix of ‘Silhouettes’ by Avicii) on Avicii's 'LE7ELS' label, Syn continued to work with the ‘Wake Me Up’ producer, with his track ‘Miami 82’ later receiving an Avicii edit in 2013.
Now joining UK powerhouse Jonas Blue under the Infinite Future management umbrella, Syn has carved a reputation for himself as one of dance music’s most exciting producers. In total, his productions have amassed over half a billion streams across all platforms, remixing the likes of Coldplay, Ed Sheeran, Martin Garrix, Miley Cyrus, and many more, putting him in the premier league of modern-day streaming success stories in dance music. If this wasn’t enough, he has performed at some of the world’s biggest clubs and festivals in recent years, including Creamfields, Tomorrowland, EDC, Ushuaia and Ultra Music Festival.