Riva Starr’s cut on Van She’s “Jamaica” is a further testament to his unpredictable, exciting, and garden-fresh production abilities. The track’s lead starts in a subtle manner with crisp percussion work and bouncy chords, but not before dropping into a heavy set of wobbly bass lines. The overall construction of the track is flawless and will have a lasting effect on dance floors all around the world. The track is set to release on the Modular People imprint on July 29.
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