Ryan Hemsworth has built a name for himself over the years. The Canadian record producer has remixed iconic tracks from Kanye, A$AP Rocky, and Outkast to name a few. Recently he released his project RYANPACKv.2, including remixes of tracks with quite a variety of artists, ranging from rap icon, Drake, to pop punk duo, Tiger's Jaw. Now this isn't entirely unexpected, as he has remixed tracks from artists such as The 1975, but it's a nice step away from everyone else whose been constantly remixing mainstream radio. Something about Hemsworth's production gives the end result a lasting appeal in today's constantly evolving music industry, yet it strays far enough from the path giving the remixed track an entirely new light. His remix of "All Things She Said" by t.A.T.u. seemingly revives the 2002 anthem (still not sure if this is a good thing or not, the reviving of this track that is), opening with a choppy intro, the original may not be entirely clear for some until around the one minute mark. By the time Julia Volkova and Lena Katina sing out at that mark, the track has already encapsulated the new sounds Hemsworth engineered. This expert craft is seen throughout this entire project, done in such a way that at times one may forget the original rhythm of the remixed track. It's nice to lay down and listen to a new take on some Blink-182 and Sum 41, and for that we can thank Ryan Hemsworth. Check out the project below.