While we wait for his highly-anticipated debut album later this year, Toronto's Harrison recently shared his nu-disco remix of Nelly Furtado's 2000 chart-topping hit "Turn Off The Light."
Last month, the Portuguese-Canadian singer joined forces with jack-of-all-trades musician Dev Hynes (a.k.a. Blood Orange) on a collaborative track called "Hadron Collider," which they performed at the latter's New York show.
And even though the rising 20-year-old producer may be roughly 80,000 Twitter followers behind Blood Orange, his remix still got a retweet from Ms. Furtado herself.
"She liked it and I shed a tear," he said via his Facebook page.
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