Tyler Brooker delivers a banging remix of Ed Sheeran’s smash hit “Shivers.”

The only main artist who also serves as a songwriter, producer, audio engineer, and synthesizer player is Tyler BrookerTyler started writing music when he was 16 years old, in college. He is a 22-year-old music producer and content creator who made his debut in 2018 with the song “Snake Bite.” David Guetta, Diplo, Tiesto, and more recently Steve Void and Milane are some of his main influences.

Tyler Brooker has appeared on BBC Suffolk and BBC Essex radio stations in the United Kingdom. He remixed “Bayraktar” a popular patriotic track made in support of Ukraine by Taras Borovok that has received over 100,000 plays on YouTube and charted in the Official Ukrainian Charts. Tyler has been interviewed by several online magazine websites and is signed to labels such as Cracking Records and Beast Trap Records.

Tyler’s most recent release is a slap house remix of “Shivers” by Ed Sheeran. Sheeran’s smooth vocals are set to pulsating synths, pounding bass, and slapping drums in the remix. The vocal track blends seamlessly with the atmospheric soundscape and dance rhythms, giving the 2020 hit a new dimension. Tyler made the track at home in Suffolk, UK, with Mixcraft 9 as his DAW.

The song “Shivers,” which was released on November 21st, 2022 is a remix of Ed Sheeran‘s song of the same name. It has the same lyrical focus but is made more melancholic because it is in a different key. The song is ideal for car music, workout playlists, cardio, running playlists, or simply dancing. Tyler has always enjoyed slap house because it is simple in nature but very bouncy and enjoyable.

Shivers” is an EDM banger that would fit perfectly on any electronic or commercial pop playlist.

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