Posted on May 21st, 2009 in Releases by admin
Juke and ghetto house hero DJ Gant-Man was part of the Fool’s Gold family from the start – his remix of Kid Sister’s “Damn Girl” was on the back of our very first release, quickly followed by production on Kid Sis’ “Switch Board” and shows around the country as her tour DJ and hypeman. So naturally, we are very proud to present Gant’s new solo single and debut FG artist release, “Juke Dat Girl.”
From his earliest 12″s on Dance Mania, to rocking parties around the world on the rave and club circuts alongside legends like Paul Johnson, Gant has been pushing his signature Chicago sound for almost two decades – mixing up rapid-fire juke beats while referencing all the house and disco classics that first paved the way. “Juke Dat Girl” is the latest development of Gant’s hybrid approach, slowing the BPMs down to a more universal tempo but keeping the hyper, party-starting energy intact.
The banging original also comes backed with two massive remixes – an amped-up rave version from the heavily buzzed DC duo Nadastrom and a groove-filled UK funky house rework from ex-Bugz In The Attic producers Greenmoney. The entire single is a DJ must-have, so pick it up now at Beatport (vinyl on its way) and work! And juke! And work! And juke…
Update: now on iTunes!