There are some really great ideas in this! It's a shame it's so short; I would have loved to hear what else you might have come up with. I particularly respect those vocal chops; I'm terrible with those, haha.
I'd love to give some constructive criticism to try helping out, but I'm still learning myself, so I apologize if I give any unhelpful advice. In other words, my review comes with a free grain of salt! Yeah!
To me, it sounds like this could use a little bit of EQ work. That's probably such an overused bit of advice, but that's just because careful EQ can do so many awesome things! One thing I've learned is that you rarely want to boost frequencies, but rather, cut the ones that are unneeded/unwanted. The idea is to make sure each instrument has its own cozy spot in the mix so it doesn't overpopulate any part of the spectrum. The low-mid frequencies, for example, are quite susceptible. I'm not sure if that's something you don't already know or not, since I wasn't there while you made this obviously, but I'll leave one of my favorite representations of proper EQ work (simplified a bit, but it's a concept) at the bottom of this review~
I also notice that there seems to be a heavy load of compression on this track. Is that correct? I mean, a little is good, but some of the instruments sound squished, unfortunately. I don't know which DAW you use, otherwise I'd link a video that really helped me out recently in this area, but I really recommend seeking out some tutorials to help with this. Sorry I can't give any advice myself, I'm just afraid I'd mislead you, since I'm not very good at it yet myself. :/
Anyway, please keep it up! This track is quite danceable as is, and I recognize a great deal of potential in it. ^^
EQ cutting visual by Lavender Harmony: http://tmblr.co/ZJh2Pw1PMy186