Andre Harris – CU Movin (Original Vox)




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www.traxsource.com Innate Soul Digital’s Andre Harris Presents “CU Movin” Which is set to be a dj’s anthem for all the wall flowers out there. The remix duties on this project are from some of Chicago’s finest. Dj Dealer needs no introduction head honcho of Look at you records and fresh off of the success of his last album “Joyride” he brings a funky interpretation of the song… Next we have Chicago’s Infamous Gene Farris Boss of Farris wheel recordings with his signature get you on to the dance floor remix as the song asks. Alex Peace & Klosed Kaption (Klosed Kaption Aka Uncle Milty,Milty Evans) Alex & Klosed Kaption give you a fun filled jacker sure to move any crowd. Last but not least we have Sean smith Head honcho of Smooth Agent records who rounds it out with as nice deep Hindi twist…Check it out and enjoy… For dj bookings and licensing contact: [email protected] www.myspace.com/andresmusic twitter.com www.facebook.com

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