“Can I Kick It” came out in 1991 as part of A Tribe Called Quest’s debut album and is considered a hip-hop classic. Sharam Jey gives the track an unnecessary but welcome update with the addition of house and nu-disco grooves. He keeps the original beat intact but adds just the right amount of funk to give it a different vibe. Sharam is respectful to the original and in doing so has created a rework that will appeal to both hip-hop die hards and dance music devotees.
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