Kelly Rowland’s “Down For Whatever” gets a shot of adrenaline courtesy of the King of Dirty Dutch – Chuckie. Fresh off the release of “Who Is Ready To Jump,” Chuckie has been classified as one of the pioneers of new age club music. His live sets regularly consist of a nice blend of hip hop and pop bootlegs along with his normal Dutch oriented tunes. More recently, Chuckie has remixed Sarvi’s “Amore” which gives off the same sort of vibe as “Down For Whatever.” This one should do well at the box office due to its release on Motown Records.
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