Australian singer-songwriter Betty Who put a fresh spin on a beloved song of the summer from the 1990s, and The Huffington Post has an exclusive first listen to a sizzling remix.
Who released her cover of Donna Lewis’s 1996 classic, “I Love You Always Forever,” in June as a treat for fans anxious for a new album. The 24-year-old pop star, who is currently at work on follow-up to her 2014 debut, “Take Me When You Go,” said she’d been aching to record the tune for quite some time.
“I’ve always loved this song,” she told The Huffington Post. “I am having so much fun performing it live and getting to sing along with my fans who also loved the original. It’s one of my favorite songs and felt like the perfect thing to share before I put out my next album.”
DJ duo Instant Karma leant a new whine to Who’s crystalline vocals with their remix of “I Love You Always Forever,” which can be heard above. That remix will be released as part of an EP featuring four versions of the song on July 29.
If that isn’t enough to put you in the perfect summer mood, we don’t know what will. Happy listening!