Quickly following the release of their EP ‘Moon Landing’, NYC duo Black Caviar are back with a fresh new remix of Justin Caruso’s hit ‘Broken Hearts’ out Friday, December 6th.
The new rendition is a high-energy, upbeat version of the original future pop song that adds in heavy beats and stirs up Hilda’s blissful vocals. Black Caviar mixes distorted synths over a rapid tempo and pairs brilliant production with Justin Caruso’s stunning original tune.
Rounding out an impressive 2019, Black Caviar have amassed over 158 million Spotify streams to date and have scored huge success with their massive hit ‘What’s Up Danger’ feat Blackway (68 million Spotify streams) from the Spiderman: Into The Spider-Verse soundtrack, which is now a certified RIAA gold record. The full album was recently nominated for a Grammy award in the ‘Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media’ category, making this Black Caviar’s first Grammy nomination. Off the back of their Spiderman release, the duo recently debuted their fresh new remix of the Charlie’s Angels theme song, from the official Charlie’s Angels movie soundtrack alongside singles from Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, Kim Petras, Kash Doll, Normani, Lana Del Rey and more.
Additionally finishing off an impressive year in 2019, Justin Caruso has racked in over 55 million streams across all platforms to date, earning success on his singles ‘Good Parts’ and ‘Can’t Live Without’ this year, with the latter reaching over 1 million Spotify streams and gracing the cover of Spotify’s coveted ‘Mint’ playlist day of release. Touring with the likes of Tiesto, 3LAU, The Chainsmokers, NGHTMRE and Loud Luxury, Justin has also remixed industry heavyweights such as Megan Trainor, Kim Petras, Hayley Kiyoko, Lana Del Rey, Martin Garrix, Justin Bieber and Blink 182. Gracing the stages of major festivals including Billboard Hot 100, EDC Las Vegas, Moonrise Festival, and Chasing Summer, Justin additionally completed his 19-date US tour the ‘Good Parts’ this month that spanned across the states in San Francisco, Ohio, Nashville, Wisconsin, Michigan, New York and more.