Far East Movement have released the official remix of their single “The Illest” from their upcoming album “KTown Riot”.  The hip hop track premiered on Thissongissick.com, and is available to watch on Youtube.

The hip-hop collective joined forces with Riff Raff to create this new energetic offering. The track, which was pulled from Far East Movement’s new GRIZZLY tape, features an unmistakable electronic-friendly vibe combined with hip hop and dirty beats, and is guaranteed to be huge in nightclubs around Britain.

This dancefloor-ready single finds Kev Nish showcasing his studio-tweaked flows over a currently-unknown beatsmith’s springy synth production. Houston buzzmaker Riff Raff delivers a dirty, off-the-wall closing verse, completing the bassy hip hop tune perfectly.

The Los Angeles based quartet have released the official video on Youtube, which is filmed in an office and features ass slapping, chemistry and some interesting dance moves. However, the whole vibe of the remix (and video) make you want to get on a chair and do some questionable dancing of your own. While “The Illest” is slightly different to the normal club anthems, it’s sure to be a hit.

Watch “The Illest” here.