“Everything started with a wordplay on ‘Ghetto Guetta,'” Crookers’ Francesco “Phra” Barbaglia says of the track’s origins. “After I came up with that, then I tried to translate that wordplay into music. My idea behind making ‘Ghetto Guetta’ was to use a mainstream break, big chords against simple and effective brass and big drums.
Even if Barbaglia’s description reads like a formula, the track doesn’t sound like one: It’s playful and spontaneous, with the right amount of winks and nods throughout. It’s also been road-tested by Crookers himself.”
Support ‘Ghetto Guetta’:
✚ iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/ghetto-guetta-single/id722509504
✚ Beatport: http://beatport.com/release/ghetto-guetta/1177635
Out now on OWSLA