DJ Makasi, Jerry Davilla, and Richie Loop fire off infectious electro house heater, ‘King Of Kings’
DJ Makasi has teamed up with Jerry Davilla to source high-octane vocals from Richie Loop for their new electro house smasher, “Kings Of Kings.” Energy busts out the gate with a grooving bass line. The breaks hit hard with gritty synths accompanied by house style horn synths that invoke an infectious melody for maximum hype.
Makasi is an innovative open format DJ bread in Antwerp, Belgium who gained international notoriety by playing stages alongside the likes of Flo Rida, will.i.am, 50 Cent, N.E.R.D., Ne-Yo, and many more. Jerry Davila is an experienced underground DJ with a career that dates back to 1989.
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