Premiere: Osage "I Found You" (Sol Power All-Stars Remix)

Premiere: Osage "I Found You" (Sol Power All-Stars Remix)

Global club music takes center stage on this must-hear remix
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Philadelphia producer / DJ Lil'Dave has established himself as one of the most eclectic modern producers with a style that encompasses everything from Samba to UK garage. For his next project, Lil'Dave is stepping out under his Osage moniker with a brand new EP, 'Algorhythm Vol.2" dropping tomorrow via Brooklyn tastemaker Bastard Jazz.

Today at Odyssey, we're thrilled to unveil an early cut off the project- a global dance music flip from Sol Power All-Stars of "I Found You." Featuring vocalist Dezeray Dawn, Sol Power revamps "I Found You" with a myriad of world sounds. Citing a love for the sounds of the African diaspora, much like Osage, Sol Power reimagine the track with traditional afro-latin elements spliced with deep house, and tie it all together with mesmerizing percussion rhythms. The versatility of this remix is its most potent selling point as it'd work as easily in a club in New York or Berlin, as it would on a beach in Rio.

Check out the Sol Power All-Star's remix of "I Found You" below, and be sure to check out the remainder of the "Algorhythm Vol.2" EP available everywhere December 8th. Pre-order now via Bandcamp.



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