DJ/producers Robbie Rivera and Todd Terry have teamed up for the revamp of Terry's track, ‘Sume Sigh Sey’, which is out now exclusively on Beatport through Juicy Music. The Latin-inspired track features strong percussive buildups that explode into retro house breakdowns that are ideal for this summer.
Derived from Terry's 1993 release under his House of Gypsies moniker, the pair's collective efforts pay full homage to the original while giving it a new flavour. Already seeing support from DJs like Kaskade, Pete Tong, Paul Oakenfold, Basement Jaxx, Bob Sinclar, Idris Elba, Sunnery James, Style of Eye, Dirty South and more, the track is already proving to be popular.
The pioneer of his self-described "tuff, sexy, tribal house music" sound, Puerto Rico native Robbie Rivera has been championing his style for over 20 years with his Latin influences and rhythms. Grammy-nominated Brooklyn producer Todd Terry's early work in the late 1980s is arguably considered a milestone in the development of both progressive and modern deep house. Look out for the forthcoming remixes.