A-Trak teamed up with New York house legend Todd Terry for the new single "DJs Gotta Dance More” out today on Fool's Gold.
“This song is an ode to record-digging and bedroom beatmaking,” says A-Trak. “I met Todd through my Duck Sauce partner Armand Van Helden. I’ve always seen both of them as my spiritual godfathers. We share a tradition of bringing the hip hop ethos to house music. Getting to work with my heroes is a real privilege to me. In a way this is a song by DJs, for DJs.”
Terry's gravelly voice provides the perfect guide for the house track. The positive message directs artists and fans to keep house music alive and thriving by pushing boundaries and respecting the scene.
It's the first-ever collaboration between the pioneering Terry (responsible for three decades of club classics from Jungle Brothers' "I'll House You" to iconic remixes for Everything But The Girl, Bjork and Daft Punk) and A-Trak.
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A-Trak recently announced the second annual Goldie Awards, set for November 8 at Brooklyn Steel. The event is a new type of competition for DJs and producers that recognizes the endless creative nature of music, presenting a Beat Battle and DJ Battle open to producers and turntablists from around the world. Hosts Desus Nice and Nadeska Alexis will be joined by an all-star cast of judges including Mark Ronson, Just Blaze, Craze, Murda Beatz, El-P, Anna Lunoe, Boys Noize and Venus X.
A-Trak has long made it a personal mission to give a voice to up-and-comers across genre and style through his iconic label Fool’s Gold and its annual Day Off events, with this year’s NYC date set for August 11 at Knockdown Center with a lineup including Sheck Wes, Yung Bans, Bbymutha, Comethazine, Show Me The Body and more.
This track is beautiful and vibey, listen up: