FREE MP3: Destiny’s Child – “Bug A Boo” (Borneland remix)


Throwback Tuesday, anyone?

We love a good remix, and early this morning the production outfit known as Borneland delivered a new jam that is sure to power your afternoon grind for many days to come.

By adding a thick, funk-laden bass line to the Destiny’s Child hit “Bug A Boo” Borneland have taken a song most had written off as a dated single from a once great girl group and given it new life. The track pulls no punches, instead offering you a smooth offering that toes the line with disco more than once. You can stream and download the remix, for free, below.

Writing about their latest release, Borneland commented:

Neither of us have tattoos nor hair on the chest, though we have been told that these are essentials to survive in our business. Luckily we have great friends with both tattoos and hair on the chest to give us advise when things are tough. One of these advisers once told us, that the first release often ends up completely different from the original idea, due to the fact that one has so many expectations… All these imaginations. 
Combined with perfectionism, one ends up spending too much time on details and the original idea disappears – this is a shame! To avoid this (unnecessary) “first-time-nervousness”, we chose to start out with something as silly (to us at least), but classic, as a different version of “Bug a Boo” by Destiny’s Child.
As a matter of fact, did you know that Beyoncé, LeToya, LaTavia and Kelly Rowland did exactly the same thing in the making of their single. Try listening to the original “Bug a Boo”- single and you will find clear references to Toto’s classic from 1978 “Child’s Anthem”.

Though our selection process is fierce, we encourage every production outfit to send us their new tracks for feature consideration on UTG. If you have a track you think we’d love, contact us today!

James Shotwell

James Shotwell is the founder of Under The Gun Review. He loves writing about music and movies almost as much as he loves his two fat cats. He's also the co-founder of Antique Records and the Marketing Coordinator for Haulix. You should probably follow him on Twitter.

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