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Dj Vadim - Got to Rock



Dj Vadim Got to Rock
Dj Vadim - Got to Rock
(12") BBE Records, 2007-08-14

12" Tracklisting:
A1. Got to Rock (feat. Zion (Zion I))
A2. Got to Rock (Griffi Rmx)
A3. Got to Rock (Aaron Jerome Rmx)
B1. Black is the Night (feat. Katherin DeBoer)
B2. Watch That Sound (J Star Rmx)

Links :
djvadim.com
myspace.com/djvadim
bbemusic.com
myspace.com/bbemusic

Press Release :
Second single from the hugely successful Sound Catcher album, features the 'Hip Hop Boogie wonderland track' Got to Rock, with rap courtesy of West Coast legend Zion I. Remixes courtesy Spanish Hip Hop maestro Griffi and new BBE signing Aaron Jerome; his album tentatively entitled 'Time To Rearrange' is set for release early 08.

The flip features the sublime talent of Kathrin De Boer (lead singer Belleruche). Kathrin's voice carries the soul of the ?wind off the cape mixed with the grit of illegal Polynesian rum bars. The single finishes off with Jstar's wicked 'Watch That Sound' re work giving us a lush reggae dancehall feelgood track.

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