You may know the Halifax-repping producer Ryan Hemsworth from his work with Tinashe, Tory Lanez, and Main Attrakionz, or perhaps you became familiar with the We Did It beatmaker through one of his many mixes. Either way, by this point you've probably learned that the man has an especially inventive ear when it comes to remixes.
We've heard Hemsworth re-envision songs like Mariah Carey's "We Belong Together" and Backstreet Boys' "Show Me The Meaning Of Being Lonely," and generally, the more unconventional the source material, the better.
RYANPACK 2 sports a nod to ASAP Yams' favorite Chicago bop duo, Sicko Mobb, but then gets into some early 00s pop-punk with takes on Blink-182, and their lesser Canadian doppelgangers (who still admittedly have some slappers), Sum 41. There's everything from Tory Lanez to T.A.T.U., but we assure you, it's all worth a listen.