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Spoonface & Wah Syndicate - So Good (The Remixes) [feat. Janet Kay]

Spoonface & Wah Syndicate

So Good (The Remixes) [feat. Janet Kay]


Released: 9th November 2009 | 6 track garage single
Spoonface, the voice of Black Legend and funky classic Hey Girl, teams up with WAH Syndicate and the legendary multi-million selling 'Queen of Lovers Rock', Janet Kay, to deliver an inimitable musical gem. The single is taken from the forth coming WAH Syndicate album Whole heap ah Wahness and features some 'dance-floor smashing' remixes from Dub Step to Bassline with a vintage 'Rub-a-Dub' contribution from long time reggae veteran Carlton Bubblers Ogilvie. Janet Kay's warm reassuring vocals cast a story of unconditional love bringing together a fresh audience with supporters from over three decades of top level industry action. Janet Kay is a descendant of the Jamaican National Hero Paul Bogle and In 1979 made history by becoming the first Black British born female to have a reggae song at the top of the national charts, with the number one selling hit single, 'Silly Games' produced by Dennis Bovell. Spoonface delivers his own brand of funky house via his contribution to the mixes alongside the main Broken beat, Nu Jazz flavour produced with Phil Craig of WAH Syndicate. Additional mixes include an uplifting guitar lead Italian House mix from Dario Synth as well as the Son of Kick (Dub Step) and DJ Chris Warr (Bassline) offerings. Already receiving solid specialist support from the likes of DJ Footloose and others on 1xtra.