AJ Salvatore and Saw Gent stand tall behind an amplifying flip of Nessly’s Lil Keed and Lil Yachty feature, “Foreign Sheets.” Slow in tempo, the original is a languid hip-hop stint with slight R&B inflection. Together, AJ Salvatore and Saw Gent swap out the muted trappings of “Foreign Sheets” for accessories that render the revamp a heavy-handed trap hitter, such as a swifter BPM.
Aggressive drops are the high-octane highlight of the remix. Plunging to alluringly low depths, the descents intermingle sharp, stabbing synths with booming bass. The low-end action is decidedly gravelly; it introduces a rough grit to the forceful effort, and by time out at the three-minute mark, “Foreign Sheets” is nearly unrecognizable.
Source: Dancing Astronaut