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Slick Shoota’s Remix of Samsaya’s ‘Stereotype’ Gives Reasons to Dance

Indian-Norwegian pop usurper offers a new look at her 'Bombay Calling' single

picture-18276-1372868632By: Chris Martins // February 28, 2014

Samsaya means “doubt” in Hindi, but the Norwegian artist beams confidence. In truth, the name is more of a command — “question everything” — and her music, though playful and bright, aims to challenge. Take “Stereotype,” for instance. The song hails from her sophomore album Bombay Calling (produced by Roc Nation dude Fred Ball) and proudly reps her broad taste in sound — a thing which more than comes across in her mix of pop, soul, rap-style production, and Bollywood flourishes. Below, her fellow countryman Slick Shoota (Mad Decent) gives the aforementioned single a house-y, garage-addled rebirth. Spin the remix below, and check out the video for the original “Stereotype” beneath that.