A heavy cut of an electronic music cult classic, Bentley Dean adds enigmatic bass flare to Feed Me & Kill The Noise’s “I Do Coke.” Flexing production prowess from first note to last, Bentley Dean’s latest comes as a heavy-hitting treat, available for streaming today.
“To be honest, I’ve been playing the original version of ‘I Do Coke’ in some of my sets for quite some time. The original is amazing, but what I wanted to do was have a version of the track that could be played in the 120 BPM range that would fit into my set style. So I tried to keep some of the elements from the original, while putting my own twist on it. I think it turned out pretty well and it turned out a bit heavier than I was expecting too.” – Bentley Dean
Rapidly ascending through the ranks with breakneck speed, Bentley Dean continues to shine in each new musical work. After contributing to both mau5trap’s We Are Friends Vol. 7 and Vol. 8, the Chicago-based artist turned heads with his remix of BlackGummy’s “KT” and his original “Coagulation.” Back to do the same at 128 BPM, Bentley Dean’s “I Do Coke” remix channels the dark inner workings of the producers mind, live and full of nefarious bass for the world to see.