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Brazilian tech house producer MKJAY returns to Kȯlmē Records and takes us all to the “City of God”.

One of the undeniable truths about house music is that while it may have all started in Chicago, since then it has truly transformed into a global phenomenon. Land on any of the inhabited continents around the globe and you’ll surely find some beats to groove out to in the region’s signature style. If you’re looking for a modern-day hotbed of house music though, then you’ll want to take a listen to the sounds coming from Brazil and rising stars from the country like MKJAY.

Gaining support from some forward-thinking house music labels over the past few years, MKJAY has released tunes on imprints including Box of CatsThis Ain’t BristolToolroomPsycho Disco, and more. Now, after dropping infectious track “Nu Funk” earlier this year on Kȯlmē Records, he has returned to the label with another dancefloor smasher dubbed “City of God”.

Featuring a techy groove that will have you moving your booty right along with the beat, “City of God” is the perfect track to shake off the winter snow. Add in the horns, tribal drums, and vocal cut and you’ve got a surefire hit that will melt your worries away while you lose yourself to the house music gods. If you love all things tech house and are getting prepped for a massive week of tunes in Miami, this is a must-add to your playlist to get you ready to party the day or night away.

Get a first listen of “City of God” on SoundCloud below, pre-order the tune on Beatport today, and let us know what you think of this tech house stomper in the comments!

Stream MKJAY – City of God on SoundCloud:

“Excited to be back on Kȯlmē Records with “City Of God”. I like this track a lot. The energy and rhythm kills the dancefloor.”


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