Single Review, Anthony Hamilton, Best Of Me (DJ Soulchild remix)

Derrick Dunn

Derrick Dunn

Remix phenom DJ Soulchild is back with his latest bop, adding his talents to Anthony Hamilton’s “Best Of Me.” The song initially appeared on Hamilton’s 2011 album Back to Love. Best Of Me is a heartfelt ballad about giving one’s all in a romantic relationship. It talks about a deep and profound love where Hamilton is willing to give his best and go above and beyond for his partner. 

 

The lyrics express a desire to be a better person, constantly improve, and grow to provide the utmost love and care. Simply put, the song signifies the commitment and dedication one can have for one’s significant other, showcasing the depth of emotions and efforts they are willing to invest in the relationship.

 

DJ Soulchild changes up the tempo, creating something for the dance floor. The grove is infectious, with Soulchild creating a vibe that could quickly become a staple at weddings for a line dance featuring the wedding party. 

 

Many people draw parallels between love and dancing, where the individual relinquishes control of the rhythm of the music. DJ Soulchild has transformed a romantic ballad into an infectious groove, urging his audience to get up and move their bodies on the dance floor.

 

Final Grade: B+

 

DJ Soulchild’s remix of Best of Me is available at the following platforms

 

Bandcamp – Music | DJ Soulchild (bandcamp.com)

 

Soundcloud – Stream DJ SOULCHILD music | Listen to songs, albums, playlists for free on SoundCloud

 

YouTube – ANTHONY HAMILTON – Best Of Me (DJ Soulchild Remix) – YouTube

 

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