Alice Deejay’s seminal classic “Better Off Alone” has pretty much stayed the same since it was released in July 1998. (Yeah, it’s that old.) Now, though, Prince Paris is taking on the monumental responsibility bringing the classic to a modern audience with an updated twist and a new energy.
For his own interpretation, Prince Paris turns “Better Off Alone” into a raucous, main stage house banger that is bouncy and full energy. It’s not hard to imagine anyone on Martin Garrix’s STMPD RCRDS dropping this, or David Guetta, Afrojack, anyone who just wants to make the crowd move.
This cover came out over the weekend on Thrive Music. Check it out below.