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Earth Wind & Fire "Side by side" (Morttimer Snerd III Rework)(Miggedy Entertainment Promo)

Miggedy Entertainment have a beauty in their hands with this formidable four-to-the-floor re-imagination of the Earth, Wind & Fire classic "Side by side" (from their 1983 album "Powerlight") courtesy of Morttimer Snerd III. Staying true and respectful to the original, and letting the unforgettable vocals and wonderful orchestration of the original shine, Morttimer Snerd III's soulful yet thrilling 4/4 remake is sure to cause a stir on the dance floor.

Joe Ventura featuring Tracy Brathwaite "Reconsider" (Big Speaker Music Promo)

Back in 1990, the world was dancing to "Reconsider" by Oscare (remember those he killer Tony Humphries remixes?), now the track returns in a dope remake by Big Speaker Music label head Joe Ventura, with the unforgettably lyrics performed in grand style by Tracy Brathwaite. The energetic  'Classic Mix' oozing with a nostalgic 90's house vibe is the perfect choice for prime time play, while the deepened undeniably cool 'West 54th Street' mixes add a percussive underground-esque NYC vibe.

Cafe 432 featuring Fil Staughan "I won't be waiting" (Soundstate Sessions Promo)

Celebrated production duo Cafe 432 (aka Jonsey and Kevin McPherson) are back with their latest offering "I won't be waiting" featuring vocalist Fil Staughan. To make a long story short, "I won't be waiting" using a smooth yet infectious funked-up musical backing as foundation for Fil Staughan's unmistakable deeply felt vocals, bodacious keys and classy horns is sure to cast a spell on you...

Terry Hunter & ReelSoul & DJ Spen & Rona Ray "Warning" (Quantize Recordings Promo)

Quantize Records truly bless us with this glamorous collaboration entitled "Warning" by house music maestros Terry Hunter, William 'ReelSoul' Rodriguez and DJ Spen with singer/songwriter Rona Ray. Without any doubt, Rona Ray's unrivaled haunting vocals together with the keyboard wizardry of ReelSoul and the smooth yet intriguing organic backdrop are guaranteed to make you yearn for more...

Dee Jay Sound featuring Morris Revy "Goin' to get my crown" (FunkHut Records Promo)

For his latest offering on FunkHut Records, Dee Jay Sound (Derrick Sales) joins forces with Nigerian vocalist Morris Revy. Beyond question, the enthralling afrotastic rhythms together with the wicked keys and the incomparable sultry vocals of Morris Revy will wend the dancers into a frenzy... Label head DJ Pope contributes a glorious soulful interpretation laced with luscious keys and a rich organic musical backing.

Freeman Skyz featuring Syabonga Mjwara & Qaphela Doncabe "Izinkomo" (Sunclock Records Promo)

Available soon through renowned Sunclock Records is the downright hypnotizing afro-deep track "Izinkomo" by Freeman Skyz featuring Syabonga Mjwara and Qaphela Doncabe. Indisputably, the one-of-a-kind vocal stylings of Qaphela Doncabe combined with the lush keys, inebriant chord progressions and inexorably thumpin' rhythms is sure to set the dance floor on fire...

Ace Shyllon & Vibrant C "Beautiful distraction" (Metronoyz Records Promo)

We proudly introduce you the upcoming release by UK DJ/producer Ace Shyllon and spoken word artist Vibrant C. The original is a laidback broken beat flavored affair laced with the eminent poetry of Vibrant C, mellifluous keys and grand saxophone. The track is taken to the next level on the soulful house rendition enriched with irresistibly bumpin' rhythms and entrancing keys, and the absolutely mesmerizing afro-deep rework sure to take over dance floors around the globe by storm.

Eddie Amador & Coco Street "Let the riddim move ya" (Remixes)(KingStreet Records Promo)

Forthcoming to KingStreet Records are fresh remixes of Eddie Amador's "Let the riddim move ya" featuring the unique emotive vocals of Coco Street originally released on Nu Soul Records beginning of 2021. First up, Will 'ReelSoul' Rodriguez adds his beloved soulful and melodious touch, next Andrea Curato delivers a grandiose latin infused interpretation, followed by Deep Dementure who serves a vibrant late night rendition, and finally Klash Rivera completes the package with a sax driven main room favorite.