November 09 2015
The grooviest man in dance music right now, Death Ray Shake has taken on hip hop legends Scribe & Savage to produce the ultimate hip-house anthem, 'Not Many If Any'.
Working together to create the ultimate party jam, this heavyweight collaboration brings more excitement than nostalgia to the dance floor. Featuring samples from Scribe's monstrous classic, 'Not Many If Any' captures the essence of the original while stepping it up to today, with strong piano and basslines, a hugely recognisable vocal hook and energetic house grooves set to get you moving.
This year Death Ray Shake has quickly established himself as one to watch, with debut single 'Funk Face' earning his funkafied house credentials, gaining support from Peking Duk to Martin Garrix. Hitting #1 on the ARIA Club Chart, it was Oliver Heldens that fell most in love with the infectious sound - so much so that he signed Death Ray Shake's soon to be released track 'I Can't Stop' to his 'Heldeep' label.
NZ rappers Savage & Scribe have been leading the game for years, first working together on the early 2000's classic, with both going on to achieve further chart success. Savage's collaborations are certified platinum; 'Swing' with Joel Fletcher reaching 4 x platinum status and 'Freaks' with Timmy Trumpet hitting 5(!) x platinum – sitting at the top of charts around the world.
Taking on festival stages and sweaty clubs alike, this track is set to shake dancefloors worldwide.
How many tunes you know drop like this? Not many, if any…