There’s something about Yung Joc’s voice that takes me back a few years to life before EDM. Before I adopted the rager’s lifestyle and discovered the heightened thrill of heavy, imposing bass, Yung Joc was a staple on my iPod. If you have memories of dropping your shoulders with the crowd to “It’s Goin’ Down,” then you know what I mean. Well, this relatively new producer explored the “depth” of Yung Joc’s discography and added wobbles and bass to another of Yung Joc’s ratchet-ass tunes. As a crunk anthem, “Bottle Poppin’” was a house party staple like Juicy J x Project Pat’s “Twerk” and Lil Wayne’s “Lollipop” (damn, throwbacks?). Proving once and for all that the technological revolution that is dance music has not been restricted to female rappers and guilty pleasure tracks, this is a remix that combines the fervor of audio assault with the turnt status of a rap anthem. Sounds delicious, right? Introducing: Tuner Stevensson. Log that name.