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MBR436 | 2021-06-11  
There’s something about the enigmatic Ali Kuru and his distinctive productions, and we are excited to have him back on MoBlack Records once again. His revival of the legendary Mansour Seck’s 1994 masterpiece, ‘Quinze Ans’ is the perennial summer anthem we’ve long been looking for, just in time for our much deserved homecoming to dancefloor bliss. ‘Son Mansour,’ a remake powered by the remarkable Senegalese singer/musician’s invigorating vocal prowess, is a byproduct of the DJ/Producer’s intuition, dancefloor acumen and a signature touch that has uplifted dancers far and wide. As expected of the Turkish artist, this 5:44 minute journey is pleasingly climactic, swerving ethnic instrumentation, elegant electronic tweaks with penetrating riffs and lush percussion, grooving on mesmerizing bass lines while keeping Mansour Seck’s lustrous essence intact and flourishing. ‘Son Monsour’ is dreamy and exotic, driving and deep, a magical dance gently unfurling, sublime against the sun setting, or rising.

Press by Marie J Floro
Mastering by Daniele Mattiuzzi - Wave Life Studio Artwork by Erikan Ekefrey
Distributed by Muting The Noise

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