Jessica Wilde’s Track ‘Daylight’ Receives Remix Treatment From Murder He Wrote, Ren Phillips & YINGYANG

Daylight’ is the Fourth single from JESSICA WILDE’s concept album, which is a truly unique project with each song like a diary entry, taking you on a journey from addiction, toxic relationships to self-love and living sober. With ‘Daylight’ Wilde has once again collaborated with producers Eljay and Grammy award winner Kiris Houston (The Disciples, Little Mix). ‘Daylight’ has a classic soul sound, with rich textured backing vocals reminiscent of a 60’s golden era but with an unexpected twist as Wilde introduces her fresh statement London rap flow.

The nu-soul banger gained the support of Radio 1’s Future Artists with Jack Saunders this month, plus a video premiere with Complex UK. To celebrate, Jessica has dropped a stellar remix package for the single with incredible Murder He Wrote & Ren Phillips and YingYang reworks of the track. Tom Ravenscroft has already given the Murder He Wrote remix a spin on BBC 6 Music, so it’s safe to say things are buzzing for Jessica Wilde right now!

Murder He Wrote has amassed over half a million streams with regular national radio love for his work, whilst Ren Phillips and Ying Yang have put out releases on Sola, Cr2 with support from Jamie Jones, Joel Corry and SKT. Both the remixes are absolute choons, taking ‘Daylight’ in amazing new directions and adding more heat to Jessica Wilde’s 2021, which has seen her gain major press & radio praise across the board!

Check out the remixes below…

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