We’re taking it way back (over two decades to be exact) for today’s Weekend Rewind. Rapper turned DJ Richie Rich’s “Salsa House” was released in 1989 and features vocal samples from Michael Jackson’s “Get On The Floor,” an MJ track so old that many young fans of the late icon won’t even recognize it. Despite its age, the song doesn’t sound too dated to be touched by adventurous DJ. In fact, Roger Sanchez blew the dust of this record in 2011 at Southport Weekender.
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