He is best known for the spoken word meets Electro-House track "Dear Diary" nearly a decade ago. His latest offering is in the same spirit as that one, but it's a clever and witty song discussing the halcyon days of clubbing and nightlife from the 90s and 2000s. One will find themselves agreeing with nearly every point brought up. The spoken vocals float atop a hypnotic Def Mix era Deep House production. It is a timely track given that clubs and clubbing have changed significantly during the last 10 to 15 years.
-Listen to the original version here (YouTube)
-Purchase the original here (iTunes)
This release has been getting the attention of DJs and clubbers alike during the last few months. It features the vocals of the legendary Kathy Sledge (of Disco and R&B group Sister Sledge). It is a rousing, uplifting track. The main versions are in a funky Disco/House direction. There are additional remixes by C-Rod, DJ Ting, Eric Kupper, John Rizzo, Mike Rizzo, Ranny, Razor N Guido, Serving Ovahness, Stingray, and The Degenerates. Every single mix brings something special to the table. The highlights include the Eric Kupper, Razor N Guido, and Serving Ovahness mixes. Eric Kupper delivers a Def Mix era throwback mix with lush pianos. Razor N Guido's darker mixes also utilize an organ-based hook that is further highlighted in their Duhb. Serving Ovahness delivers both a solo and collaboration mix with Alexander which make this into a peak hour circuit anthem.