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André Orefjard - Push You Love On Me

Andre Orefjard Push You Love On MeAndre Orefjard Push You Love On Me
André Orefjard - Push You Love On Me
(12") Swedish Brandy SB008, 2005-10-10

Tracklisting :
A1. Push Your Love On Me (feat. Emma Astrom)
B1. The Midnight Symphony
B2. Cookin' (feat. May Yamani)

Info :
ANDRÉ OREFJÄRD was born and grew up in a diverse cultural suburban area in Stockholm, Sweden. His mother is Swedish and his father is from Rwanda, which has no doubt influenced his path in music. Growing up to the sounds of MANU DIBANGO and MARVIN GAYE, and listening to hip-hop acts LIKE DE LA SOUL and A TRIBE CALLED QUEST, ANDRÉ began making music of his own, while listening to productions from QUINCY JONES, DJ KRUSH and STUART MATHEWMAN (the producer of MAXWELL and SADE). He moved to New York and started a web bureau, then one day some female friends and acknowledged Swedish music journalists found his demo and it blew their mind- they encouraged him to pursue a career in music... In the year 2000 ANDRÉ, released his debut EP, " Back on Track ". This EP caught the attention of David Hill and his London based label, Nuphonic, where ANDRÉ signed. The same year " Things Do Not Appear " was included on the compilation " Nuphonic 4 ". ANDRÉ has also featured on the compilation "Basement Classics" on the swedish label Raw Fusion.


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