Vianney - Je Te Déteste (Glastrophobie Remix)

September 25, 2014 -

Garrett Hoppin

Given my position as DB's Paris Contributor, it is probably about time I post an actual song with some French in it. Here's a fresh remix from German producer, Glastrophobie, of French artist Vianney's single, "Je Te Déteste". The original version features Vianney's heartfelt words for an ex, accompanied by some beautiful guitar action. Glastrophobie took that song, added some radtastic deep house vibes, while keeping structure of the song that makes it a great breakup song, and created something amazing. If you're looking for something to get the weekend started, or need a little help expressing some deep-seeded emotions (the direct translation is legitimately, "I hate you"), then this is the song for you. Be on the lookout for Vianney's debut album, Idées Blanches, out Oct. 20 and watch out for more tracks from Glastrophobie.

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