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Flip your Trojan helmet backwards like an original gangsta cause ozzi is back with his second release on Trojan House Records, and this time it's a hard hitting dance floor burner in the flavour of the nineties.

First up, Ozzi's original mix builds momentum with some cool nineties infused drums and vocal chops before dropping a thumping bassline that sneaks up on you. It has enough oomph and drive in the low end to completely knock around even the most dense dance floors.

Vanilla Ace partners up with Donny Bravo for their remix. Together with a cool organ melody, and tantalizing synth parts laid on top of a murmuring sub bass, their remix is a uplifting club banger that will have club goes with their hands in the air anticipating the impending boom.

Inxec lends his unique style and production skills to the release with his remix being a tricky one to pigeonhole. Somewhere between house and nu disco, you will find a groovy bassline lurking beneath the surface. Adorned with synth layers that rise, morph and evolve far beyond conventional arrangements, this remix achieves a definite head knocking and fist pumping experience.

Completing the package is Ozzi's cheeky B-side, "Somebody's Fool". A bouncing bassline driven stomper with cool vocal sampling and FX, that build to a groovy, and uplifting houser. "Somebody's Fool" has the right amount of low end rumble and groove to get a crowd jumping. Its heavy bass part is sweetly complemented with a catchy sampled vocal hook that will resonate within you long after the club has closed its doors for the night.

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Too Young For the 90's

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