Chip E – It’s House

The first House track ever mentioning “House”, produced in 1985 by the legendary Chip E on DJ International Records. I did an official remix of this classic hit that I can’t wait to share.


When it comes to sexy and hot House, it’s Rosario’s field. This grammy nominee is a Chicago legend who inspired other legends like DJ Sneak. This is hot since the late 80s.

DJ Sneak – The Rhythm Slave (Sneaky Slave Mix) 

I don’t know how to describe this track, the Chicago hero DJ Sneak knows how to grab a loop and create magic around it. The groove, the vibe, the screams create such an environment that works. It’s trippy, I feel already high!


First Acid track ever created in 1985 by Phuture aka DJ Pierre and Spanky (RIP) with the Roland TB-303. DJ Pierre asked me to remix this master piece and I can’t wait for it to be released.

Paul Johnson – Mothafucka 

This 134 bpm track is a club destroyer, must be used with caution. Produced by the king of House and Ghetto House, Paul Johnson (RIP) and a huge inspiration in my life.

DJ Deeon – Who-U-Wit? 

The Ghetto House legend and Dance Mania champ is one of my biggest inspirations. On this track from 1996 he also does the vocals and it’s just banging. 

K-Alexi Feat. B. Lauren – I Got Lovin

This track gives me goosebumps and is everything I love about Chicago. Produced by the Chicago hero Mr. K-Alexi Shelby aka Risque III aka El Chocolata. He is one of the most prolific producers in the Chicago scene. Another legend Steve Silk Hurly did a rework of this masterpiece. 

Roy Davis JR. – Rock Shock (Thomas Bangalter’s Start-Stop Mix)

The funky loop of this track never ends and drives me crazy, I can’t get tired of it. Produced in 1998 by the legendary Roy Davis JR. with a special mix from Thomas Bangalter, half of Daft Punk.

Chez Damier – Can You Feel It (MK New York Dub) 

Chez is one of my all time favourites, I feel touched by his soul. This track is obvious because it’s a hit so it’s worth checking his entire collection. Another legend retouched the mix, Marc Kinchen.

Tyree Cooper – Acid Crash

The Hip House king Tyree produced in 1988 this Acid bomb that I love playing. The crashes hit you on the face and that’s what is needed sometimes.