Gregori Klosman’s name continues to rise in the house music scene. The Paris native with plenty of craft has exhibited the capacity to conquer the electro, tech-house, and progressive genres. Klosman’s first collaboration with Tristan Garner then Chuckie, which resulted in “Fuckin’ Down” and “Mutfakta” respectively, immensely helped Gregori Klosman’s reputation sky rocket in the EDM world. Furthermore, Klosman’s latest originals, “I Am The Law” and “Peacock,” helped set in motion a giant upcoming year for the multi-faceted artist.
“Kameha” is what’s going to keep Gregori’s success in motion for quite some time. Right from the beginning, the track starts with forceful warping sounds, which break down into a dirty drop at 1:00, greatly resembling the intro to Klosman’s dark “Jaws.” What really made us decide that this track deserves anthem status you may ask? Fast forward to 2:15, sit back, and let the waves of inspiring synths take over. Once Klosman builds up enough momentum, the warping sounds from the beginning of the track coupled with the addictive synths, drop into an anthemic tune that no DJ in their right mind will fail to play. If you want to see this anthem in action, click more and check out Gregori Klosman control the crowd at Technoparade 2011 using “Kameha.”