Kumarion rounds out 10-track ‘Want It’ remix package with catatonic Wreckno edit
The most-played live song, top remixed track, and indisputable hit track of 2020 belongs to Kumarion‘s “Want It.” The track has been showing up since late spring in the live sets and mixtapes of Bassnectar, CloZee, RL Grime, and many more. Over the past month, Kumarion (real name Omar Kadmiri) has been steadily releasing noticeable remixes of his hit track from Jadū Dala, Spor, and his very own VIP edit of “Want It.” Now, the all-but-nameless producer has unleashed a stunning Wreckno edit to round out his highly-anticipated “Want It” remix pack.
Wreckno’s “Want It” edit follows the swiftly rising producer’s recent “Medusa” remix package and certainly does the track justice. Wreckno brings colorful waveforms, beautiful melodic builds, and paralyzing drops to the hit track’s signature recoiling wobbles and sputtering vocal chops, leaving listeners in a purely catatonic state. To be sure, the edit comes in as one of Wreckno’s more beautiful melodically focused tracks on the year. Certainly, it’s one remix that Wreckno’s “Bussy Boppin” fans are already itching to hear live.
“Want It” stole the show during the abrupt 2020 festival season, earning co-signs from Boombox Cartel, Feed Me, JOYRYDE, Louis the Child, Subtronics, and more since its February release. To date, “Want It” has racked up over 400k Spotify plays and has a playlist reach of 1.8 Million. The diverse remix album also features stand-out touch-ups from newcomers like SØMETHING, Xotix, CITYWLKR, Richfellow, and more.
Despite only appearing onto the scene in the last year, Kumarion has garnered over 120,000 monthly listeners from around the globe.Born in Seattle, Omar Kadmiri’s music career took shape after becoming enraptured with the drum-n-bass genre in 2011. Exposed through the punk/reggae scene, Kadmiri found admiration in the culture as well as the chaotic style of dub/jungle bass music. He began making dark, melodic music on his own, subsequently forging his current moniker, Kumarion, in 2015.