New tracks that DJs should know about.
Tomcio (left) and D’Maduro (right). (Sources: Tomcio and D’Maduro)
Dutch DJ/producers D’Maduro and Tomcio have added a soulful moombahton flair to two R&B hits from different eras. D’Maduro takes on Al Green‘s 1971 smash “Let’s Stay Together,” while Tomcio flips Eric Benet‘s 1999 duet with Faith Evans, “Georgy Porgy.”
D’Maduro opts for a moombahton-inspired version of Al Green’s classic, and Tomcio’s take on Eric Benet adds a brighter bassline to the funk-drenched soul hit. In both cases, the grooving basslines are ideal for slightly more than mid-tempo relaxation. As lounge vibes dominate venues for the foreseeable future, these tracks are ideal.
D’Maduro notes that his goal was to revive a classic to “make you groove while expressing your soul to another person,” while Tomcio notes, “there are different situations during the gigs now, and these vibes are adjusted for the audiences right now.