Masters At Work - The Kings Of House (CD)

8 thoughts on “ Masters At Work - The Kings Of House (CD) ”

  1. Mozragore says:
    Jun 13,  · Song Work (Radio Edit) Artist MAW; Album Blanco y Negro Hits 07; Licensed to YouTube by UMG, Blanco y Negro Music (on behalf of Blanco y Negro Music); BMG Rights Management (US), LLC, BMI.
  2. Arashimi says:
    Apr 24,  · Soul Heaven Presents Masters At Work In The House - CD1 Label: ITH Records Format: 3xCD Compilation, CD1, Mixed Country: UK Released: Genre: Electronic.
  3. Nizragore says:
    Kenny Dope is an amazing DJ and producer. He brings hip hop sensibilities to jazzy and vocal house music. Hes also one of the best drum programmers ever to touch an mpc. Together as masters at work, kenny and louie are an amazing production team that has produced some of the best modern dance music ever. Their album as nuyorican soul is really amazing/5(7).
  4. Maut says:
    The Kings of House; Soul Heaven Presents: Masters at Work; Ministry of Sound Chillout Classics; Strictly MAW; Defected Presents House Masters - Masters At Work; Defected Presents House Masters - Masters At Work - Volume Two; Selected remixes. Debbie Gibson - "One Step Ahead" Michael Jackson - "Don't Stop.
  5. Gagore says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Kings Of House on Discogs. Label: Rapster Records - RRCD • Series: The Kings Of • Format: 2x, CD Mixed • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: House. Masters At Work: The Kings Of House /5(5).
  6. Arashisar says:
    Feb 16,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Masters At Work - Blood Vibes YouTube Todd Terry ft House Of Gypsies - Sume Sigh Say (The Masters Mix) - .
  7. Vugrel says:
    Puerto Ricans from New York (Nuyoricans), "Little" Louie Vega and Kenny "Dope" Gonzalez record under the moniker Masters at Work (MAW), producing hip dance music tailored to the underground club scene. MAW represent a new generation of Latinos whose urban culture embraces hip-hop, soul, jazz, and the Latin connection to the African Diaspora.
  8. Faedal says:
    Masters at Work know everything there is to know about beats, and have made some great mixes in the past. This isn't their finest hour. There are lots of strong tracks, and the mixology is everything you'd expect, but some of it isn't very funky, and there are times when the mix sags, to the point where it's actually a little boring/5(13).

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