A1. Black Mamba (Loco Dice Remix)
A2. One Way (Cuartero Remix)
B1. Be Yourself (Enzo Siragusa Remix)
B2. Ebi Awon (S.A.M. Remix)
Tamango Records 12th release is undoubtedly its biggest one to date because Yaya’s debut album “You Decide” is getting a massive remix treatment by 4 real heavyweights of the house music panorama.
The first remix is entrusted to a long friend of the label and one of the most iconic figures over the last 20 years, Loco Dice. The Desolat boss heads to trippy directions for his version of “Black Mamba”, which is dominated by bubbling minimal percussions, swingy dirty hi-hats and pressing shakers, wrapping an 8+ minutes ride that will keep you hooked on the dancefloor.
Next up, Spanish groover Cuartero turns “One Way” into a heady dancefloor tool that features swinging rhythms and energetic grooves throughout, mainly focusing on the mighty bassline and a compelling bold pace.
On the flip, FUSE head-honcho Enzo Siragusa re-arranges the meandering moves from “Be Yourself” into a tremendous basements destroyer, within which the vocals are combined with hi-pitched synths to increase the drama right before an impressive “hands up, heads down” drop pours on the crowd with a grain of UKG flavour.
Rounding off the package is the formidable S.A.M. who delivers one of his many club anthems: the original bassline bursts back into life again, and so do the juicy vocals that inevitably lead the track into a massive breakdown guided by his trademark catchy lead to form something that’s built solely for the dancefloor.