Black Lagoon - Fever

Posted about 8 years ago
Producer:
Amadeus
Album:
Certified Stars

After filling up dance floors with their ’04 hit single, Star, Black Lagoon decided to lay low while they searched for their true identity as a group.  Four years later and four members smaller, Kaingoe, Empact, and Amadeus are finally confident that their group has arrived.  While the release date of their sophomore album, Certified Stars, is still up in the air due to illegal bootlegging, from what we’ve heard it will be filled with more easy-on-the-ears club jams.  Fever, the lead single off the album, is an up-tempo dance track with an 80’s vibe and a twist of hip hop, resulting in something that sounds like a Eurythmics rap remix.  Though Black Lagoon may never blow you away with their compelling lyrics or street cred, they sure know how to get people moving.

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