Marc Hype, Naughty NMX, & Jim Sharp - Uptown / Sugarman

Written by  | 17 August 2015

Announcements went out overnight for the upcoming new fifth release on the Dusty Donuts label out of Germany. This one comes hot off the heels of the previous release The Antique Anthem, which is still devastating dancefloors around the world. As with all the releases on this label, this new one certainly will not disapoint. 

The A side sees Marc Hype and Naughty NMX take on the 1998 classic Deja Vu by Lord Tariq & Peter Gunz. The beats are heavier and more prominent in the mix, and the duo utilise some of the vocal from the tracks original sample Black Cow by Steely Dan - Slightly extending the tune before the raps start, and turning this into a dope head nodding club stomper that will have many people bouncing along.

The B Side sees Jim Sharp take the knife to the folk classic Sugar Man by Detroit Michigan musician Jesus Rodriguez - Once again, putting some sublime hip hop beats behind the groove to give it a solid backing track. This is definately a tune that will catch even the most casual music listeners attention with it's infectious groove, rounding off what is overall another very solid seven inch release on the Dusty Donuts label, due to hit stores later in September.

 
Shan Frenzie

Shan Frenzie

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