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Up Hygh - Keep On

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Up Hygh - Keep On
(12") Jugglin' JUGG009, 2006-05-08

Tracklisting :
A1. Keep On (feat. Phote & Rapper Big Pooh Of Little Brother) (vocal dirty)
A2. Keep On (feat. Phote & Rapper Big Pooh Of Little Brother) (vocal clean)
A3. Keep On (feat. Phote & Rapper Big Pooh Of Little Brother) (instrumental)
B1. Get Out My Face (feat. Melo)

Press Release :
The young and much hyped Stockholm hip hop/r&b combo Up Hygh is back with a new hot single together with Phonte and Rapper Big Pooh of Little Brother and Stockholm soul sensation Melo. With their previous single (Love Dat / The Gift) receiving heavy support from people like Gilles Peterson, DJ Vadim, Benji-B, Jazzanova, Freddie Cruger its now time to deliver the heavy joints from their forthcoming album "The Venus Album".

On "Keep On" we get one of those freaky yet soulful hiphop/r&b cuts that together with Little Brother MC's deliver an instant feel good sensation. Or like Ali Shaheed Muhammad (A Tribe Called Quest, Lucy Pearl) said "ya'll know this my type of hip! My dance floor will love it!".

On the flip, the Up Hygh boys knocks us dead with an epic soul/r&b joint that just won't quit (over 6 minutes of funk)! The "Get Out My Face" track has many twists and turns but with the soul drenched vocals of Melo it just grows and grows for every rewind! Already a major spin at the original Raw Fusion club!


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