Weep. (not to be confused with New York City band Weep), seems at relative ease turning bouncy radio edits into dreamy haze cuts. His newest trial comes in the form of ultra-couple Beyoncé and Jay Z's 'Drunk In Love' - an unwavering tribute to long-lasting love-making and trap.

For the Weep. version, the producer all but strips out the vocal renderings, focusing on a slow-churning tremble of frenetic drum kicks and spacious aesthetics. It might not have the proud boast that Beyoncé and Jay-Z bring to it (and basically every song they do together), but it does give a lively alternative to the lofty presentation of the original.

Check out Weep.'s "bootleg" version of 'Drunk In Love' below.

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