'Make A Move On Me'
Released 13th March,
The massive new anthem from the man behind Jakatta & Raven Maize
Vocals by Taka Boom – sister of legendary diva Chaka Kahn
On March 13th, Joey Negro, the man behind dance act Jakatta, has teamed up with Data Records, to unleash 'Make A Move On Me'.
This is his first major release in a while and also his first for Ministry in almost three years, Joey Negro has yet again delivered a slice of quality house music, flowing with euphoric strings and diva vocals. On the remixes, house legend Mark Knight steps up to offer two interpretations - the live drums and head banging funk of the 'Horns of Rock Remix', and the techy bleeps 'n' clicks minimalism of the 'Toolroom Dub.' Other mixes come courtesy of Spen & The Muthafunkaz, who offer up both dub and vocal re-rubs, combining the soul of the original with sun-drenched Balearic atmospherics and disco glamour.
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