Together with fellow producer The Infinite, South Floridian beatsmith and DJBooth fave Numonics has just opened a new independent label, 95 South Hustlers, for business. To celebrate its launch, they’ve have linked up to create its inaugural single release, Show Me Dubz. Here, the producers transform Robin S.‘s freestyle classic, Show Me Love, into an adrenaline-pumping Miami bass anthem. Show Me Love is slated to drop in the near future with Tres, another Numonics/The Infinite collaboration, as the B-Side.
Written by richard on 07/16/14
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