May 9, 2010

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Vernessa Mitchell - Reap (What You Sow) Remixed

"Reap (What You Sow)" was released nearly 15 years ago and formally introduced Vernessa Mitchell to clubland. Written by Joe Carrano, Junior Vasquez, and Vernessa herself, the original and it's accompanying remixes were soulful while remaining hard-hitting. A revisit in 2001 by Junior and Joe transformed the song into an epic tribal anthem. There are some brand new mixes by Jerome Farley & Floor One. The main remix nicely captures the essence of the original. That familiar riff from the original is present as are those beats from the opening of the Sound Factory mix. Vernessa's vocals still sound just as fierce as they did back in the day. The instrumental version is great too. Overall, this is an excellent update to the classic. This will be released on May 25.

Grade: A


Joseph Luca said...

I can't wait for this to come out! Jerome Farley released Vernessa Mitchell's RISE and it has become one of my favorite tracks - ever. If RISE is an indication of what to expect, then REAP is sure to become another international hit.

God blessed Vernessa Mitchell with such an incredibly powerful voice that it grabs your attention - the end result is she's able to deliver spiritual messages of strength and hope that we all need to hear, especially in these days of economic trials and tribulations. Team up Vernessa with Jerome's production brilliance, and I'm sure that dance floors everywhere are about to be packed with high energy crowds, once again feeling good to "reap what you sow".

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