The original mix is a short Electro-House attack infused with Sean Paul’s Reggae vibes and Congorock’s distinctive drum sounds and bass lines. All the remixes, in typical fashion, keep elements of the original (like Sean Paul’s vocals), but put each artist’s twist on the tune. Without a doubt Firebeatz’s remix and Torro Torro’s remix go the hardest and I must say Torro Torro’s remix is easily my favorite of the bunch. The Canadian duo were on a tear in 2012 (check out their Fall promo mix for examples) and their take on “Bless Di Nation” shows they have no signs of slowing down into 2013. Their remix contains elements that remind me of Lazerdisk Party Sex’s remix of “Horsey” while Firebeatz’s remix has elements that remind me of Nari & Milani’s “Kendo”. Valentino Khan’s remix is just whacky, with lots of drums and chopped up vocal cuts – but it’s pretty infectious. And what would a remix package be without a Trap remix? US-born producer Ookay throws at us a 150bpm Trap remix that has plenty of hi-hat triplets, big 808 drums and still manages to keep some of the melody – but it’s clearly thugged out.