AL Sharif Tag

San Diego-based producer Zensa, also known as Al Sharif, has teamed up with the Dutch producer Mr. Sid and have presented their brand new groovy collab titled 'Pop That', which is available now as a free download track! The Zensa records owner, who we had the pleasure to interview last year, has come a long way in his more than 10-year career

Between 2014 and 2018, legendary DJ and producer Kryder gave upcoming artists a chance to prove their talent with the revolutionary Sosumi Records, where he was able to create a tight community of groove lovers who have stuck together over the years. His new label in collaboration with Spinnin' Records, Kryteria Records, has just released its latest 'God Save The Groove' compilation album. This

A huge collaboration has just dropped and this one's ready to do some damage to the dance music charts. Arguably one of the boldest tracks to hit Al Sharif's music label, Zensa Records, 'Tombei' is musical craftsmanship, expertly produced by Amsterdam native Mr. Sid along with Montenegro duo Vill & Vash. Together the trio has released an explosive new production that's undoubtedly going to keep

Debuting in late 2018 on Marcus Schossow's label, Code Red - promising young Peruvians Sunday Noise, and Uncore teamed up with San Diego based Al Sharif on the soothing tune that is 'Lies.' Now roughly two months following the tune's release, 'Lies' has officially received an equally as lax music video to accompany the songs summery ambiance filmed by Caspillo Flims & RWS. Onset in the always

Hailing from Peru, 16-year-old Rodrigo Carranza, better known as Sunday Noise, has made an impressive impact with his music despite his young age. Now teaming up with fresh-faced Peruvian, Uncore and fellow former collaborator and one of the top dogs in California's newfound groove movement Al Sharif, the trio of up and coming producers join together for one of the years top

Crafty Californian DJ/Producer AL Sharif is back once again with another groovy summer anthem 'Lunatico' with Peruvian talent, Sunday Noise. Sharif has been on a hot streak recently with tracks such as 'Culture Shock' and 'Vagabond' making some serious noise. Now, Sharif is ready to set dancefloors alight once again, with his latest tune. ‘Lunatico’ is an immaculately produced, hard-hitting tribal track that packs a

Keeping his name fresh in the mouths of house fanatics everywhere, the San Diego based DJ/Producer AL Sharif combines with CORX & Diego Antoine for one of the highlights of the summer. His latest combine effort with the help of Mighty Records entitled 'Vagabond', has truly showcased who the man behind the "California Groove" movement is. AL Sharif has been quick to

Hailing from the sunny state of California, rising talent AL Sharif has been delivering music in both quality and quantity as of late. With releases signed to both Kryder's Sosumi Records and Tom Staar's Staar Traxx catching the attention of some of the biggest names in the scene, his latest original entitled 'Work' sees him sign to KIDS Records Foundation.

A true groove house artisan, Al Sharif proves his prowess again with his latest release "Get Right", released by The Groove Cartel.  The American DJ/Producer is the man behind some of the hottest groove/tribal records to come about in the past few months, including the fabled "The Iberian", "EGO", and the extra zesty "Muchacho". Having collaborated alongside names like Erick

AL Sharif & Luis Lee have cooked up an absolute stunner. The deep, tortuous sound of "EGO" will leave you absolutely blown away. Al Sharif, who hails from the United States has been creating quite a whirl in the groove house community the past few months, pulling through with one gem after another. Luis Lee based in Mexico is also

Los Angeles-based DJ/Producer Al Sharif returns to Groove Cartel Records with yet another collaboration. Teaming up with 19-year-old Peruvian DJ/Producer Corx, the two have delivered a groovy Latin-inspired track, aptly titled 'Muchacho'. A funky guitar and cowbell ring throughout the intro, giving a small preview of what's to come. As the intro comes to an end, the build-up arrives instantly. Rapid snares, vocal slices

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