“Warriors” is horn-soaked R&B-flavoured dance music from NYC trio @TooManyZooz and UK producer @KDAbeats

TOO MANY ZOOZ and KDA, “Warriors”

“Warriors” is a fun, jazzy R&B instrumental from NYC’s Too Many Zooz that becomes a showy dance floor filler with astute additional production from UK producer KDA, who appeared on my personal chart last year with a more classic house mix of “Just Say”.  Too Many Zooz make the most of power from their horns and bass drum, whose joyous live sounds frame the glorious announcements of the trumpet and the dirtier, more aggressive sax tones, with the percolating fast-paced house backdrop from KDA.  It’s all very reminiscent of 90’s American groups like Us3 or Arrested Development who brought similar elements to the table, though I think KDA also adds some 80’s UK classic dance to the party, influenced perhaps by records like Bomb The Bass’ “Beat Dis” as well as British house music of the day.  You can also check out the original version of “Warriors” in its entertaining video below (ya never know what goes on deep in NYC subways!).  “Warriors” is a definite grower so watch for it.

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Newcomer UK singer @Jazz__Mino will brighten up your day with “Warriors”

JAZZ MINO, “Warriors”

“Warriors” is the third single release from new UK singer Jazz Mino, who in short order has already racked up 3 million streams on You Tube.  It might just be that her sound is refreshing and positive enough to attract listeners who will stick to it like honey to a bee!  There are new kinds of warriors in the world, those who stand up for inclusiveness, equity and well-being, regardless of who you are, which the lively video captures well.  “Warriors” is out to ensure you have a great time and join Jazz Mino at what appears to be a promising start.  The video is colourful and all the dancing is refreshing – you don’t always need big name pros – and encouraging.  Jazz Mino herself has a fine voice and charm in front of the camera.  “Warriors” is definitely one to listen for – you can also check out a pleasing surprise below, Jazz Mino’s cover of Giorgio Moroder & Philip Oakey’s 1985 electropop nugget “Together In Electric Dreams”, a personal fave of mine as it is hers.