Listen to Two Fresh Remixes of Kat DeLuna’s “Bum Bum” Feat. Trey Songz

In late March (2015), Kat DeLuna resurfaced with the brand new single "Bum Bum," featuring R&B crooner Trey Songz. Sampling reggae artist Sister Nancy's 1982 hit, "Bam Bam," on the record, Kat puts the focus on her ASSets and lets her man know he "can get it every hour." Trey draws some inspiration from Shaggy's hit, "It Wasn’t Me," to lay down his sexual endeavors.

To continue the buzz around the new offering, Caribbean-EDM artist Noise Cans and Frankie Delour gave the record their own musical makeover. Noise takes the seductive tune to the dance arena while Franke adds a more hip-hop vibe.

About her new single, DeLuna stated, "I'm so excited for the world to hear my amazing new song 'Bum Bum' with the incredible Trey Songz. This song is evidence that music transcends generations, and for that I want to specially thank Sister Nancy for originating such an incredible song that left its musical imprint culturally for years to come. I hope 'Bum Bum' becomes your summer anthem!"

DeLuna is prepping her third studio album, the follow-up to 2010’s Inside out, which was released exclusively in Belgium, France, Poland and Japan.

Noise Cans Remix:

Frank Delour Remix:

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