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Tiësto Doubles Down on Latin Influence with Myke Towers’ “La Falda” Remix

Dutch DJ and producer Tiësto continues his exploration of Latin music with a fresh remix of Myke Towers‘ smash hit “La Falda.”

Towers, a Puerto Rican powerhouse, gets a genre-bending makeover courtesy of the dance music legend. Tiësto injects the track with his signature electro-house sound, seamlessly blending it with Brazilian bass elements.

This isn’t Tiësto’s first foray into Latin territory. His mega-hit “Don’t Be Shy” with Colombian superstar Karol G remains one of his biggest tracks, a testament to his growing appreciation for Latin music’s infectious energy. The Latin American market’s explosive growth hasn’t gone unnoticed by Tiësto, who has consistently expressed his admiration for the genre’s artists and sounds on social media and through his evolving discography.

The “La Falda” remix premiered during Tiësto’s electrifying set at Ultra Miami two weeks ago. With Myke Towers himself making a surprise appearance for a brief cameo, the crowd erupted, their energy a testament to the genre-bridging power of such collaborations. These remixes create exciting entry points, allowing electronic music fans to discover the world of Latin music and vice versa, fostering a truly global soundscape.

Tiësto isn’t a stranger to reimagining Latin hits. His remix of Farruko’s “Pepas” boasts over 80 million streams on Spotify, while his take on Bizarrap & Quevedo’s “Quedate” sparked a fruitful friendship with Bizarrap. This collaboration even extended to a remix of Bizarrap & Shakira’s “Quedate,” which found a surprising home on Shakira’s latest album Las Mujeres Ya No Lloran. With a proven track record and a clear passion for Latin music, expect more exciting remixes and collaborations with Latin artists from Tiësto in the coming months.

Check out Tiësto’s infectious remix of Myke Towers’ “La Falda” below.