When Whitney Houston passed on the 11th February 2012, the world lost one of the greatest vocalists of possibly all time. Fans were left heartbroken at the thought of never hearing that perfect vibrato again. But, seven years later and we are able to listen to polished and addictive Kygo and Whitney collaboration of the 1986, Steve Winwood cover “Higher Love”. Originally recorded in 1990, the pop anthem was due to go on her third album I’m Your Baby Tonight but shelved due to a decision by legendary music producer and A&R executive Clive Davis, to avoid Houston being seen as a cover artist.
“The only place it was released was as a bonus cut in Japan.” recalls Clive.
Kygo’s slick remixed version ensures Whitney and Kygo are catapulted into new musical heights with this contemporary tropical house version. Turn up the volume to this and enjoy.
Directed by Andy Serkis. Score composed, produced and written by the great, Nitin Sawhney.
We cannot wait for the release of this much darker retelling of Rudyard Kipling’s classic The Jungle Book.
Release date 19th October 2018.
My first post of 2017. I had to post this. Too powerful not to.
Just wow on those visuals!
Still one of my favourite remixes by Monsieur Adi!
Still love this… repost. Sorry, not sorry. 🙂
Had to post this. Can’t stop listening. Part of the OWSLA family. Same label as Skrillex and our favourite, Vindata!
Alex’s sound is deeply rooted in earliest styles of underground dance music, touching on Disco, Funk, Chicago House and Detroit Techno as well as Indie Rock. The perfect soundtrack for sweaty, dimly lit lofts and huge festivals the world over.
This album now has a completely different meaning. Writing what turned out to be his own requiem. A sad day in music. Like David Bowie was to his fans, his music will remain timeless.
Fall in love…. Chanel Fall/ Winter