For those who need a brief refresher, late last year, we went a little head over heels for an incredible R&B ditty called 'Nomance'.
The slickly seductive second single from New York-based (but Singapore born) artist Slodown also featured the sterling voice of burgeoning electronic songstress Jasmine Sokko and production by Do Hits signee Yllis.
The intimate, anti-romance cautionary tale is the opening chapter from Slodown's forthcoming EP, set to be released via Yllis' own 13 Orphans Records later this year.
In the lead-up to that drop though, 13 Orphans have enlisted a fantastic Toronto-based producer named Benau to remix Slodown's title track. Besides adding a future bass sheen to the melancholic duet, the remix also showcases a marvelous verse by NYC rapper Lanky Almighty.
Interestingly enough, both aforementioned artists are actually Hong Kong natives, making this whole thing an all-Asian endeavor. #aznpride
Both versions of 'Nomance' are available for streaming and download iTunes, Apple Music, Tidal and Amazon - but you can also listen to it below via Spotify.