Some classic tracks are in desperate need of a fresh look. This has been a current, and immensely successful trend, seen over the last few years in the industry. In steps experienced and renowned Italian artist Gary Caos with his latest phenomenal release: ‘Yeke Yeke’.
This is one of the finest reboots of a legendary track you are ever likely to hear. His update to the 1987 classic ‘Yé ké yé ké’, by Guinean singer More Kanté is fresh, highly rhythmic, superbly produced and ready to cause chaos (pun intended) across the clubs of Europe this summer.
From pressing play you can immediately sense the quality in Gary’s work. Percussion aplenty, the intro allows his track to ease smoothly into any club set. It isn’t long before the famous vocal top-line purrs over the remarkable array of latin and tribal percussion. Underpinning ‘Yeke Yeke’ are well crafted synths and basslines.
Gary Caos is one of the best house DJ and producers of the moment, and has received much acclaim and support from industry heavyweights such as Tiesto, Carl Cox, Milk and Sugar and Chuckie. He has had releases with Armada, Ultra, Ministry of Sound and HedKandi to name but a few.
His stunning dance-floor ready ‘Yeke Yeke’ is suitable for a variety of occasions from beach parties to the clubs. Typical of his productions, this is a record that will certainly inject a touch of funky latin flavour into your playlist or upcoming set. Available now through Gary’s very own Casa Rossa records via Beatport, check out Gary Caos – Yeke Yeke (Original Mix), here: