Lost – Frank Ocean
I can listen to this track every day, this is one of my favourite track ever.
Paul Johnson – Feel My M.F. Bass
This track was released the years I was born, I listened to it when I was16 and it opens my mind on this kind of house.
Lil Yachty – SaintLaurentYSL ft. Lil Baby (The Martinez Brothers Re-Edit)
I love the idea because I really like this kind of melting, it’s surprising and modern.
Koffee – Toast (Official Video)
I listen to all style of music and Koffee is an amazing artist, we’ve made a remix of this track some months ago which has been played by many DJs.
Young Romantic – Move (Time To Get Loose)
I love the groove and the vocal of this tracks, every time I heard this groove its make me want to moov..
R Kelly- the world greatest
One of the first Rnb track I loved from the first album I got when I was something like 9 years old.
Amine Edge, Dance – Going To Heaven With The Goodie-Goodies (Original Mix)
This track made me love g house, a big classic for me, Amine edge & Dance is an inspiration since the first day I produce music.
Usher confession part 2
One of the best track of usher for me, I literally grew up with this track.
Patrick topping – Forget
This track made me fall in love with tech house, it was my first touch with this style of music!
Soul for Real – Every Little Thing I do
This track represents everything I love in music! So many feelings in it!
Yungness & Jaminn – What To Do (Desolat)
After appearing on Amine Edge & DANCE’s latest EP on Desolat last time out, Yungness and Jaminn now step out with their own thrilling two tracker. This young French pair have long been backed by Desolat boss Loco Dice and their French mentors Amine Edge & Dance, as well as releasing on Cuff and Too Many Rules and making waves with their high energy DJ set at this year’s ADE. Here they show off their studio skills with the mighty ‘What To Do’, which has burrowing bass and drilling drums all pumping the groove. Whirring synths, clipped vocal stabs and percussive energy all whip you into a frenzy as this one barrels along with real attitude. Then comes ‘Bang’ which is a superbly lively house cut filled with personality. The bass and drums are tight and kinetic, vocal yelps bring the party and synth stabs layer in soul and colour. These are two devastating new tunes that mark out Yungness and Jaminn as vital new talents.