Plunky & Onenessâ€™ release of â€śNever Too Late Go-Go Remixesâ€ť by DJ Dyno-might features 5 go-go beat mixes of the song for R&B, hip-hop & jazz radio & club DJâ€™s
Online PR News – 28-August-2014 – New York, New York – 2014 has been stellar year for Plunky & Oneness: the band released their Never Too Late album, celebrated their 40th year anniversary, and they are performing at a record number of high-profile festivals and venues, including the recent Richmond Jazz Festival. The groupâ€™s upward trending continues now with the 8/26/14 release of their new EP single, â€śNever Too Late (Go-Go Remixes)â€ť.
The participants in the production of this â€śNever Too Lateâ€ť single compilation range from an OG (Original Go-go-ist) to musicians, deejays and hip-hoppers who can chart the future of the groove. The â€śNever Too Late Go-Go Remixesâ€ť single is deejay conceived project. After hearing the song, Mr. G, a DJ/promoter in Richmond, VA (RVA), immediately envisioned a remix of it for his line dance parties. Mr. G solicited DCâ€™s DJ Dyn-O-Might to create a go-go version of the song. DJ Danja Mowf was recruited to write a rap for the song and he worked with Fire to create the â€śNever Too Late Hip-Hop Mixâ€ť version.
A Jazz Mix of the song was produced by adding keyboard, guitar, bass and sax playing the vamp of Plunkyâ€™s 1976 song, â€śFollow Meâ€ť with the go-go drums and vocals of â€śNever Too Late.â€ť Plunky says of that version, â€śItâ€™s like we added something from the past to create something new. Itâ€™s not jazz in the classic sense, but it does swing!â€ť
J. Plunky Branch was one of the earliest purveyors of the Afro-funk that led to the creation of go-go in the mid-1970â€™s. Fire, Plunkyâ€™s son, is a hip-hop beat maker and producer. DJ Danja Mowf, who co-produced Plunkyâ€™s hit song, â€śDrop,â€ť is a rapper, producer and media mogul who has worked with Missy Elliot, Allyah, and Doug E. Fresh among others. DJ Dyn-O-Might, one of DCâ€™s most prolific producers, is a recording engineer, turntablist, and a professional party starter. Also involved with the remixing and conceptualizing were Trez Iwuola and, of course, RVA DJ, Mr. G.
The song conveys the timeless message that it is never too late to pursue your dreams; or to make a new start; or to find love; or to do whatever. It implies that you should never give up on finding happiness and it is never too late to appreciate it when it comes. In the context of the night club dance floor, it is never too late to get the party started, so â€śâ€¦get down, right now!â€ť The new EP single features go-go funk, go-go swing, hip-hop, break-down and go-go jazz versions of the song, thereby proving that itâ€™s never too late for new, classic, genre-blending go-go.
Note to Deejays of the World: â€śNever Too Lateâ€ť has all the ingredients for inspiring partying with a purpose: a strong groove, message and go-go beat. Feel free to use it, oftenâ€¦
â€śNever Too Late (Go-Go Remixes)â€ť EP Single
Genre: R&B, Go-Go Funk
Tempo: 89 BPM
1. Never Too Late Full Go-Go Mix
2. Never Too Late Hip-Hop Mix (feat. Danja Mowf Rap)
3. Never Too Late Jazz Mix
4. Never Too Late DJ Break Down Mix
5. Never Too Late Instrumental Mix
The album and title song were originally written and produced by J. Plunky Branch and J. Fire Branch and the remixes on new maxi-single were concocted over the go-go beats and styles of DJ Dyn-O-Might of Washington, DC. The five mixes on the mini compilation demonstrate the versatility of go-go which employs percussive rhythms and grooves that can enhance the dance-ability of several other genres: including R&B, hip-hop, funk, jazz, and even reggae and rock.
For further info Contact: J. Plunky Branch Email: email@example.com; Website: www.plunkyone.com