Essential UK producer and DJ Henry Hacking showcases his more playful and vocal side with a debut on Vicious Recordings – a superb remake of ‘Nasty Girl’ with big vocals from Inaya Day.
Released on 8th February 2019 and proudly sitting at #17 on the UK Buzz Chart and at #17 in the Australia ARIA Club Chart, it lands just before Henry returns to London’s Ministry of Sound to play The Gallery on 22nd Feb.
Having burst into 2019 with the club hit ‘Get Down’ on German Powerhouse TIGER RECORDS, this skilled studio wizard continues to build on his success with another sure to be huge single.
After establishing himself on the Asian scene as a versatile DJ and producer who can do all shades of house, Hacking is now making waves in the UK and Europe with his floor-focused sounds. They always show-off his big production values and he remains hard to categorize with each new track.
This latest is a remake of the enduring classic, its feelgood keys and deep bass made it a big worldwide hit with a wide range of crowds, from party-loving club goers to sun-kissed festival crowds and everyone in between.
David Penn is one of the leading house artists in the scene. Last year he clocked up five number one tracks on labels like Defected and Armada as well as his own Urbana Recordings and also collaborated with the likes of AFTC to great effect.
His remix is a subtle rework that adds more rolling piano chords, spine-tingling vocal coos and plenty of reverb to flesh things out. It’s a track filled with suspense and the sort of drops that sends crowds of any size into the stratosphere.
Later in the year, Hacking will continue his Ibiza residency with the legendary Pukka Up