British house legend Kryder teams up with Italian producer duo Daddy’s Groove to deliver one of the most massive tribal tracks of 2016. Their collaboration on the newly-found Cartel Recordings called “Street Life” perfectly accentuates the best of what both producers are capable of, and makes its mark as a track bound to be played in club and festival sets throughout the globe.
Kryder is by no means a new name in the dance music scene, kicking off his illustrious career under the wings of elites Tiësto and the Swedish House Mafia, and eventually breaking through the ranks to make his own name as leader of the “Groove Cartel”. With hits such as the IDMA award-winning “De Puta Madre” with Tom Staar, his recent collaboration “The Chant” with Eddie Thoneick, and numerous other bangers under his belt, the Cartel boss has no intent of stopping anytime soon. In addition, the overwhelming success of his imprint Sosumi Records has left Kryder in a purely dominating position in the scene as one of dance music’s most respected curators.
Meanwhile, Daddy’s Groove has had their fair share of influence as well, starting off quite humbly and picking up support from the likes of David Guetta and Alesso throughout the years. With recent hits such as “Scratchin” with fellow Italian producers Promise Land and “Burning” with the almighty Bob Sinclar, the duo have only yet to continue upwards on their journey to stardom.
Their latest studio effort together has resulted in a Latin-influenced tribal weapon, complete with heavy hitting drums and a groove that is bound to make your feet move. Daddy’s Groove comments:
“’Street Life represents where we musically come from, groovy vibes melted with a latin funk sample all blended with our love for that stuff! It feels genuine, as we enjoyed the music as much as we enjoyed doing this with our brother Kryder”.
Check out the massive “Street Life” below and grab your copy here: