Artist : Masters At Work
Album : Work
Label : All Around The World
Genre : House
Bitrate : 189 kbps avg
Source : UK CDM
Playtime : 00:39:53 (57.1MB)
Rls date : 2007-06-11
Store date : 2007-06-11
1. Work (Radio Edit) 2:51
2. Work (MAW 2007 Radio Edit) 3:08
3. Work (Original Mix) 5:19
4. Work (Riffs & Rays Extended Mix) 7:30
5. Work (Steve Mac's Smack Ya Face With My 7:32
6. Work (MAW 2007 Club Mix) 6:19
7. Work (Milk & Sugar remix) 7:14
11 June 2007 sees the return of one of the foremost teams
of house music producers, Masters At Work comprise
"Little" Louie Vega and Kenny "Dope" Gonzalez.
Work is the new single from Masters at Work originally
recorded in 2001 with the vocals of Denise "Saucy Wow Wow"
Belfon, a Soca vocalist who hails from Trinidad & Tobago.
Currently all over the music channels with playlists on
The Box, The Hits, Smash Hits, Chart Show, B4, Fizz,
Channel U amongst others plus support on Radio One,
Capital and A list on Galaxy Group.
The track has been around the UK clubs since it initially
became available and has been subject to a host of
bootlegged versions covering almost every dance genre.
The CD single for Work, includes the definitive version
for commercial clubs in the UK, which has been mixed by
Riffs & Rays (Nasty Girl, Inaya Day), as well as new mixes
by Milk & Sugar and Steve Mac.
Formed in 1990, Masters at Work have made their name from
producing and remixing artists such as R. Kelly, Janet
Jackson, Daft Punk, Barbara Tucker, Madonna, Luther
Vandross, Neneh Cherry, Simply Red and George Benson.
Louie and Kenny were introduced to each other by house
music legend Todd Terry, their name coming from the New
York parties they originally played at.
In the UK they have had three hit singles in their own
right, 1995's I Can't Get No Sleep and 2002's Backfired
sandwiching their biggest hit in 1999, To Be In Love.
Kenny Dope also achieved solo success with a top 5 hit The
Bomb alongside The Bucketheads in 1995.