If you don’t know who Ali Love is yet, it’s about time you become acquainted. He’s collaborated with Jamie Jones, Lee Foss, and Luca C (better known as the powerhouse Hot Natured collective) on the summer anthem “Benediction,” and is one half of the acclaimed duo Infinity Ink with Luca C. His new track “Emperor,” set for release on Damian Lazarus’s Crosstown Rebels on April 1st, gets a groovy touch from none other than deep house groovesmith Maceo Plex. The combination of Ali Love’s enduring vocals and Maceo Plex’s hammering basslines makes this track a sure success.
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