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Tap into a Wilson Kentura set and youll get nothing but infectious bangers!

Hailing from Luanda, Angola, Kentura has had an eclectic career and has used his past
exploits as influences in his new material. Wilson Kenturas afro house also
incorporates kizomba and kuduro, traditional Angolan forms of dance music, in
addition to sampled elements of vocal soul. Those styles clashing together bring a
unique groove to Wilsons beats and mixes that other DJs do not possess.
This cluster of influences rears its head as soon as we begin with the A-side Burn
The Floor. The drums pack serious punch and grit, not to mention they come
emboldened by the rich synth textures and barking vocal chops. The mix is tightly
structured yet beautifully balanced, allowing for stabs and atmospheric synth leads to
transition in and out of the tracks progression. All this makes Burn The Floor an
essential Afro house listen, but the B-side, Jungle Jail, is not to be outdone. An
infusion of traditional drum samples as well as ambient noise and field recordings
transport the listener to the wild. Distant tribal chants call out and give way to an
undeniably catchy synth melody, a perfect meld of man and nature.