The Aqua League, The Lox redefine “Survivor”
As part of an event sponsored by producer website BeatStars, music software and hardware developer Native Instruments and Atlanta-based music festival A3C, Ironhorse Music Group production/songwriting team The Aqua League has remixed New York City rap group The LOX’s single “Survivor”.
The re-imagined composition by the award-winning production team, responsible for songs featured in Fast Five, Fast and Furious 6, Despicable Me 2 and several network and cable television projects, can be heard via YouTube.
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ABOUT THE AQUA LEAGUE
Established in 2002, IronHorse Music Group’s in-house songwriting/production team The Aqua League has produced music for several recording artists such as Coole High, two-time Juno nominee Eternia, Ciph Diggy, Hip-Hop trioTri-boro, Sleepwalkas, Mojo the Cinematic of Dujeous, Awkword, Top $ Raz, Desiree Coleman, Euphon, Racq Dolo, The Sistah and Doug Simpson.
Since 2006, their song and production catalog has been featured across various television shows and programs for MTV, MTV2, The Speed Network, VH1 and Bravo including Millionaire Matchmaker, Made, MTV Cribs, and Kathy Griffin’s My Life on The D-List to name a few.
In 2011, The Aqua League’s music debuted in feature films, having had two of their songs “Big City” and “OA” featured in Universal Pictures Fast Five starring Vin Diesel and Paul Walker.
In 2012, The Aqua League became the recipient of the ASCAP Plus Award, an award from the performing rights organization, which recognizes a songwriterʼs creative contribution to American music.
In 2013, The Aqua League would again have their songs featured in the major motion pictures Fast and Furious 6 and Oscar-nominated animated feature Despicable Me 2 respectively.