In the spirit of Eric Prydz' "Call On Me," Shapeshifters' "Lola's Theme," Booty Luv's "Boogie 2Nite" and Junior Jack's "Stupidisco," De Souza's "Guilty" is the lastest disco banger that defines the current state of pop-oriented European dance music. Its pumping bassline, diva vocals and that darn infecious sample of a horn section suck you right onto the dance floor. "Guilty" will be commerically released on April 2 in the U.K. on Hedkandi Records.
De Souza is the braincild of multi-instrumentalist and house producer Chris Morris. On "Guilty" he not only worked with vocalist Shena but also with sound engineer and programmer Chris Allen. He most recently collaborated on the UNKLE album for James Lavelle and Queens Of The Stone Age’s Chris Goss. He also produced remixes for Robert Plant, Depeche Mode, Metallica, Muse, Missy Elliot and Jakatta. Allen got his start in the music industry working on the GRAMMY nominated debut album by Sonique.
Make sure to also check out samples of the white label remixes of "Guilty" courtesy of Juno.