There have been quite a few summer jams that have lit up the Highsnobiety Music HQ these past few months, but a track that has consistently been on repeat is "Leg Over" -- a sultry, easy, breezy number from the rapidly-rising Mr Eazi. And even though it is now September, summer feels like it has come right back thanks to an utterly stacked remix of the track, courtesy of Major Lazer, who enlisted Ty Dolla $ign and French Montana. Listen above.

It caps off what has been a fairly active period for Major Lazer. Back in July they unveiled a new track with Travis Scott and Quavo titled "Know No Better," which came with a wild interactive video. This year also saw them release "Run Up," a track featuring PARTYNEXTDOOR and Nicki Minaj.

Read our interview and editorial with Mr Eazi here, and revisit the OG version of "Leg Over" below.

In other music news, Lorde has teased an upcoming remix of her track "Homemade Dynamite" featuring SZA, Khalid and Post Malone. Get the scoop right here.

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