Ditta & Dumont - What Do You Mean?

October 13, 2015 -

Louis Garcia

Ditta & Dumont are back with a terrorizing edit of Justin Bieber's What Do You Mean?. The original track was a hit for everyone who still cared about the 21 year old pop star. It's delicate chord progression and tight electronic percussive elements made it a commercial chart topper, appealing to the pop based EDM audience.

So what better way to flip off all of this then to rework the track into something completely different?


With a playfully aggressive attitude, Ditta & Dumont create a thunderstorm of an intro teasing Bieber's vocal line. The track eventually drops into chaos with a ridiculously bass heavy punch that throws out all hope for generic pop music. Indeed, this is taken to a grimey underground level yet attains enough energy to fit at the peak of any big DJ set.

The balance between simple pop and complex bass music make this a well rounded piece. Those who prefer interesting electronic music will be satisfied with the rapid paced production, and those who favor more mainstream styles of EDM could be just as satisfied yet impressed with it's futuristic direction.

At this point Ditta & Dumont's identity has enough pull to make some big statements in music. We are stoked to see that they are still keeping things interesting while developing a unique sound of their own.

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