Breakin' Down (From the film "Cuban Fury")

A 3 track salsa single (13m 16s) — released February 24th 2014 on Sunlightsquare Records

The much anticipated release of Sunlightsquare's 'Breakin' Down (Sugar Samba) - Dale Ma!' is here! Taken from the forthcoming Sunlightsquare album 'King Yoruba', this awesome, Latin infused Sunlightsquare rework of the Julia & Company song from 1983, is masterminded by acclaimed London based Italian musician and producer Claudio Passavanti.

Recorded in London, England and featuring the unique vocal styling of Rene Alvarez

'Breakin' Down (Sugar Samba) - Dale Ma!' can be heard absolutely everywhere this February as it features prominently in the new Nick Frost and Chris O'Dowd movie 'Cuban Fury'.

This infectious Salsa/House anthem can also be seen and heard in the

official 'Cuban Fury' trailer.

Also included in this release (and the film) and recorded in both Havana (Cuba) and London (England) is Sunlightsquare's ground-breaking 'I Believe In Miracles' plus there's an Afrohouse remix of 'Breakin' Down' too.

This Sunlightsquare adventure is non-stop and will be burning up floors all year long, as once again, the visionary Passavanti tears up the rule book with great success.

We'll see you on the dancefloor!!

'Breakin' Down (Sugar Samba) - Dale Ma!' is released this February

in a full digital pack and on as collectable 12" Single.

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