Beat Box :: Pride’s Hottest Club Tracks
It’s the hap-happiest season of all. That’s right, it’s pride season! The time of year gleeful gays celebrate the many strides made towards equality. And what a year it has been. Twelve states legalized gay marriage this year. The Supreme Court may be on the verge of overturning DOMA as well. Partners of gay military personal are now granted benefits. And a new bill legalizing adoption and foster parenting by same-sex couples is set to go before congress.
If the Beastie Boys were right that we have to fight for the right to party, we’ve certainly earned our celebrations this year. From the deepest, grooviest, most heart felt vocal tracks, to the head throbbing, pounding and pulsating heavy beats, these are the top scorchers DJs are spinning across the country to get their Pride parties started.
Jason Walker, "Beat Don’t Stop"
Out Music Award winner Jason Walker returns to the dance floor with a deep groove that hypnotizes with lush textures and pulsating layers of beats by acclaimed dance producer C-Rod. Currently #5 on the Billboard dance chart, the track continues Walker’s dance floor dominance while simultaneously aiming to inspire unity this pride season.
Walker expertly attacks high scaling notes few other male artists would attempt leaving the beat with no other choice but to keep pumping. Remixes by Donald Glaude, Chad Jack, Gustavo Scorpio, C-Rod, Wayne G, Lior Maan, Strobe, The Degenerates and DJ Ting.
Bex, "What You Are"
The follow-up to "Life of the Party," Bex’s new track is a dark and mysterious up-in-da-clurrb booty shaker that questions society’s ever-growing obsession with looking good. Produced by Mike Rizzo and Mr. Mig, "What You Are" raises its middle finger to things considered normal (like the nuclear family) and flawed (like a bumpy nose or a gap between the teeth).
Bex sings that its time we love our selves for who and what we are, even the ’unpretty, dirty sides’. After all, isn’t that what pride is all about? New remixes by DJ Cutmore, Funk Generation (DJ Mike Rizzo), Gustavo Scorpio, H3DRush, The Perry Twins, Wayne G and LFB.
Dina Delicious, "Two of Hearts"