Since collaborating with Chuckie on “What Happens In Vegas,” Gregor Salto has taken his talents to his own solo efforts. His latest single, “Azumba,” is a deep house banger that brings listeners through a jungle. The drum-heavy track is lead by congos and snare, and the addition of monkey noises enforces wildlife effects. Deep sounds give “Azumba” late-night flare and a certain dance floor appeal. Fresh off MixMash Records, grab “Azumba” from Beatport and catch jungle fever.
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