Are these the sounds of luxury Italian yacht parties, or is there something more sinister in the air?
HBO’s The White Lotus is a dark comedy that follows privileged resort guests and hotel employees as their dysfunctional lives chillingly intertwine.
The theme song from the second season of the anthology series, which aired its finale on December 11th, has created quite the cultural buzz on its way to becoming a sleeper hit. It constantly trends on TikTok, inspires hilarious Jennifer Coolidge memes and even found its way to real-life music festivals.
“It’s really unexpected,” the song’s Emmy-winning composer, Cristobal Tapia de Veer, told BuzzFeed. “Unlike producing the stuff for a band or my own record, this is never the intent for a show. It’s always about serving the show and not thinking really about a stand-alone hit or single or anything like that. So it’s kind of the cherry on top.”
Read on to discover five of the best electronic remixes of the White Lotus theme song.
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White Lotus Theme x Thong Song (Shouse Edit)
Chart-topping “Love Tonight” duo Shouse interpolated the White Lotus theme song with Sisqó’s turn-of-the-century hit, “Thong Song,” in a house edit that’s sure to get everyone on the dancefloor moving.
The White Lotus (Westend Edit)
Coming in hot with a sultry tech house beat, Westend’s White Lotus edit is destined for the canopies of the Tulum jungle.
White Lotus Theme Song (Flux Pavilion Remix)
GRiZ and Zeds Dead dropped a heavy-hitting dubstep version of the White Lotus theme during their B2B performance at Philly’s HiJinx Festival 2022. The stunning remix had been rumored to be a Zeds Deads track, but after we published a tweet about this listicle, Flux Pavilion responded and revealed he produced it.
White Lotus (Will Sass Edit)
Will Sass’ bouncy edit brings tropical house and shuffling energy to the White Lotus theme.
The White Lotus Theme (Enamour Remix)
Enamour gave the White Lotus theme a club makeover with his smoldering house remix, one of the most popular renditions floating around the web.
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