“Take Your Time,” the latest single from certified funkaholic Late Nite Tuff Guy, is a track so smooth and delicious it might as well melt in your mouth. A sultry explosion of new-age disco infused with elements of smooth jazz and deep house, this original mix from the Aussie producer is the absolute quintessence of chill, effortlessly oozing sensuality with each passing meter that goes by. Also featuring incredibly seductive vocals from the artist Pebbles, which add an almost ethereal quality to the overall production, “Take Your Time” is the perfect start to any late night jam session with no foreseeable end in sight.
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