With Champion Records celebrating its landmark 35th Anniversary last year, the legendary UK House label presents another gem from its extensive catalogue – Sandy B’s 1997 classic ‘Ain’t No Need To Hide’ – made famous by the Deep Dish Remix – with brand new remixes from Rob Made (out 9 April), WZA (16 April), BK298 (23 April), and Sam Divine (30 April).
Listen to Sandy B ‘Ain’t No Need To Hide’ (Remixes) HERE
Having just celebrated 1 million streams of his acclaimed remix of Raze ‘Break 4 Love’, Rob Made steps up first with a vibrant and uplifting Pop Mix of Sandy B ‘Ain’t No Need To Hide’ infused with electro pop, which is the perfect feel-good tonic.
Next up, WZA presents a deeper, sultry house mix with garage elements that emphasises the stunning piano chords, making it the ideal track for after-hours parties. This is backed by a dub mix.
BK298 unleash a rave-fuelled remix that harks back to early ‘90s warehouse parties. Their remix proves why the duo are definitely ones to watch, following their exciting rework of Raze ‘Break 4 Love’ on Champion, plus the huge ‘Sing’ release with Byron Stingly on CR2.
Finally, one of house music’s biggest draws today, Sam Divine, presents a euphoric bass-infused update. Opening with the “got me feeling good” vocal refrain, Sam Divine’s remix was made for summer parties and is set to be a big hit after lockdown.
The follow up to Sandy B’s huge 1996 Champion Records hit ‘Make The World Go Round’, ‘Ain’t No Need To Hide’ also reached No.1 on Billboard’s Dance/Club Play chart upon its release in 1997. As with its predecessor, ‘Ain’t No Need To Hide’ was produced by Deep Dish whose remix became a worldwide club smash.
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