The Right Way – Kenny Summit/Reelsoul

The Right Way

The first time I heard this track was at 7am, and I’ll be honest, there aren’t many tunes that will have me up and dancing around the lounge at that time, but this one is something truly special.

It is a remix of the 1990 track ‘Rub you the right way’ by Johnny Gill which made it to number one in the US R&B chart. If you think it sounds a bit ‘Bobby Brown’ then you’re not wrong – Johnny and Bobby were both part of the group New Edition (although they were originally not part of the group at the same time, in recent years they have worked together). New Edition had hits in the 80’s with ‘Candy Girl’, ‘Cool it Now’ and ‘Mr Telephone Man’.

Kenny Summit is from New Jersey and heads up the Good For You record label. He has been a DJ for over 20 years and has worked with Eric Kupper, Scott Wozniak and Frankie Knuckles to name just a few and his international reputation as a class producer keeps on growing. William ‘Reelsoul’ Rodriguez had his first DJ gig at the age of 11 and has established a stellar reputation as a DJ/producer having worked with the likes of Mr V, Groove Junkies, Sterling Ensemble and DJ Spinna. I know that if a track has Reelsoul’s name on it, then it is going to be a track that I want for my collection – I have been quoted as saying that Will Reelsoul makes the bestest, bounciest, funkiest, jackin, most bum-wiggling remixes.

The production on this track has brought it bang up to date, and there’s no mistaking the Reelsoul bass line, coupled with Kenny Summit’s magic touches. I haven’t stopped dancing yet – and this remix is already in the top ten of the Traxsource chart – wow – what a banger.

The Right Way available on Good For You records GFY031

Have a listen to both the remix and the original version here:


Soulful Session ft Kerrie-Anne – Keep On Lovin Me

keep on lovin me



In June 2013, Soulful Session (DJ Schooly) produced the Future Divas EP, showcasing five outstanding vocal female talents – Lynn Lockamy, Leanne, Kerrie-Anne, Rachael Calladine and Kaysee.

Lynn Lockamy’s Hostile Takeover and Leanne’s Mr Weather Man have already provided major chart successes for Soulful Session, and Keep On Lovin Me is the next package of remixes to be released as a sequel to this acclaimed EP.

The Keep on Lovin Me package includes five remixes of the original mesmerising house track plus the additional track ‘Believe’.

Kerrie-Anne is an accomplished vocalist and songwriter from London with an impressive 4 octave range. She began singing in church as a young child and has grown from strength to strength, specialising in jazz, gospel and soul, and has made many high profile performances.

‘Believe’ is an inspirational pure gospel tune coupled with a nice easy soulful production style, warm gospel keyboards and a dance bass line making this a versatile track which will suit your car stereo or your DJ set equally well.

Kerrie-Anne performs ‘Keep on Lovin Me’ with an effortless elegance, conveying the essence of deep unconditional love throughout the song.

The Ricky Montanari and Holly mix is a heavy thumping club version that will liven up your dance floor.

The Circle of Funk remix has a bouncy bass line with captivating key and percussion sounds that give a soulful yet deep tone to their exquisite house blend.

The Wipe the Needle remix has a Latin feel with warm organ sounds and sexy percussion that makes this mix the star of the bunch.

The Gianni Junior remix has a clear techno vibe while Schooly’s Soulboy mix adds a gorgeous slower tempo piano and brass based vibe that will be a winner for the classic soul fans.

Keep On Lovin Me EP – available on Tony Records very soon

Listen to the original version here:

Phil Asher – Need in Me / Madnite

Need In Me

Phil Asher is well-established DJ and producer who has been around since the 1990’s and is known for being a trailblazer in the dance music arena. Phil is a founding member of the Restless Soul production team.

The Need in Me / Madnite combo, currently only available on vinyl, is no exception in show-casing  Phil’s unique talents. Each track takes the listener on a hypnotising sound journey with a late night house feel, the minimalist vocals adding value at every step of the way.

You will feel compelled to dance to Need in Me with its throbbing addictive bassline,  and Madnite with its rhythmic melodic keys, both tracks filling your head space with a pleasurable dreamy sound sensation that will take you to the zone and back.

Both tracks retain energy, intricacy and interest all the way through, providing a refreshing change from the less memorable dance tracks on the scene.

Phlash’s slick production skills shine through in this release – which is a ‘must have’ to keep your dance floor alive now and for years to come.
Available in vinyl on the More About Music label, digital version will be available in 2014.