A 9 track deep house album (1h 1m 49s) — released July 12th 2010 on Round In Motion
We are proud to present London based Japanese artist and producer, Kay Suzuki's debut album. The first single from the album "Opening EP" got massive international support from DJs such as Osunlade, 4hero, Alton Miller and Seiji. The LP is set to blow up worldwide from Africa to Japan via the Caribbean and Europe. Connecting global music consciousness. Kay Suzuki's musical journey began in a sleepy suburb of Japan where he was brought up with a musical education of Soul, Jazz and Funk. Later he became acquainted with dance music culture and moved to London in 2004. He got heavily involved with London's club scene and met various artists from all over the globe. Through that, he finally found the musical family which gave birth to this album, a new global conscious music in our time. The first single from the album featuring remixes by UK veteran producer Atjazz and Dominican's rising star Ezel has had massive international support from DJs such as Osunlade, Marc Marc(4hero), Alton Miller, Seiji, Robert Owens, Kyoto Jazz Massive and more. The Opening EP has been selected as "Levi's Japan Recommend Disc", playing in LEVI'S flagship stores and via their listening booths across Japan, alongside Gilles Peterson's latest release. The album opens up with an organic house beat with the soul of Africa - the sublime and uplifting track "MUSIC" connecting West African traditional music and UK grooves with a spice of Japanese sense. You will experience more cross-genre/cultural collaboration all the way through the album and realise there's no need to categorise this musical experience. This album brings together the cultures of Africa, Europe and Japan united by the message of Soul music with creative attitude of Jazz and Dance music and represents a deep sentiment that cannot be expressed in words.
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