Music Is A Mission

To content | To menu | To search

Ty - Groovement / Ha Ha



Ty Groovement
Ty - Groovement / Ha Ha
(12") Big Dada BD056, 2003-08-25

Tracklisting :
A1. Groovement parts 1 & 2
B1. Ha Ha
B2. Ha Ha (instrumental)
B3. Ha Ha (accapella)

Press Release :
The mighty Ty returns to the fray with a single of instant summer classics as a warm up for the September release of his second album, "Upwards".

Take your pick – fly club class with the extended mix of "Groovement" (featuring extra vocal juice from Bembe Segue) or follow up "We Don't Care" with the straight-up attack of "Ha Ha" (where the chorus is enhanced by Michelle Escoffery and Kwadjo from Beyond The Stars). Either way you're going to be stunned by the musical mastery that Ty has come up with on these two co-productions with Drew (Doze Guys/Psychic Phenomena) and impressed by the man's lyrical delivery, which frankly has never sounded better….

The album that follows is a revelation and once these tunes hit the dancefloors, word is going to spread that this is set to be the year that a certain South Londoner's career takes off.

This is a massive priority for us – if you like and can support, then support!
Djouls

Djouls

Stay informed of all things Paris DJs and beyond thanks to our Twitter news

Comments are closed



You might also like

The Frightnrs - Nothing More To Say

The Frightnrs - Nothing More To Say (CD/LP, Daptone, 2016)

An instant classic, this fantastic reggae-rocksteady album strives directly for legendary status. It's the first album from The Frightnrs, a Brooklyn band signed on the Daptone label, but it'll also be the last one, alas. Dan Klein, the singer with the magical tone, died from ALS last june. Produced...
Venezuela 70 - Cosmic Visions Of A Latin American Earth - Venezuelan Experimental Rock In The 1970s

Venezuela 70 - Cosmic Visions Of A Latin American Earth - Venezuelan Experimental Rock In The 1970s (CD/2LP, Soul Jazz, 2016)

English label Soul Jazz Records released this summer a collection of experimental rock recorded in Venezuela in the 1970s, at a time when oil was flowing in abundance and consequently culture rather well subsidized. However, this music had never really got out of the country until now, it's really a...