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01
JK SOUL Blow Rider
03 :58
02
JK SOUL Take Me Higher
03 :31
03
JK SOUL Illusions
03 :58
04
JK SOUL Lovely Day
03 :23
05
JK SOUL Haterz
03 :46
06
JK SOUL Fool Moon
03 :23
07
JK SOUL La Kitara
03 :23
08
JK SOUL Shoo Be Doo
03 :41
09
JK SOUL Trumpet Anthem
03 :43
10
JK SOUL It's Too Late
03 :00
11
JK SOUL Summer Goodbye
03 :13
12 03 :42
14
JK SOUL Cat Fish
03 :32
15 03 :55
16
JK SOUL Hurts
03 :19
ARTIST
TITLE
Take Me Higher
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
PASOR 002CD PASOR 002CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
8/6/2013

JK Soul discovered a new vision for his album Take Me Higher with vocalist Lala Pumpkin. He wanted to show the world his wide range of production skills and his capability of moving through different styles of electronic music with class. Electronic music has always been his playground so now house, dubstep, drum & bass, together with touches of reggae and soul are equal parts in his new creations, all of which are there to enrich his unique and famous hip-hop-based beats and soul-influenced trip-hop trademarks. Lala Pumpkin's voice moves the listener far away, across the European borders to the west side of the Atlantic, sounding fresh and full of emotion, but at the same time strong and certain of her capabilities as a funk diva. From the surf-inspired bass on the opening track "Blow Rider" which blends masterfully with his heavy beats and Lala's funk-oriented vocals, to the dubstep monster that provides the album with its title and "La Kitara" and "Trumpet Anthem," he composes tunes that will put a smile on everybody's face. Cayetano supplies the base on which JK builds his wonderful remix of the track "Be My Queen," combining massive hip-hop beats with a dubstep touch while Rebel Elementz offer their voices in the reggae "Rebel Anthem." "Summer Goodbye" will definitely be a hit on every beach, and at the end of the trip JK Soul gives us "Cat Fish," a downtempo composition flirting with early '40s blues, and the slow-moving "Hurts."