Fabio Tosti feat. Ronnie Canada - Work It (Transport Recordings)

Italian DJ/producer Fabio Tosti, who is becoming a welcome fixture on Transport Recordings, presents his latest single “Work It,” featuring the vocals of the legendary Ronnie Canada. Tosti is of course known for his singles on Transport as well as well-received releases for the likes of Purple Music, Code Red, Salted Music, and Reelgroove. Ronnie Canada’s deep voice may be recognized for his voice-over work KISS FM and BBC Radio 1, but it’s his diverse music career that really makes one take notice. Ronnie has sung with revivals of classic vocal groups like The Drifters and The Coasters, but has also had solo house singles on Tomahawk (produced by Judge Jules) and Shaboom. Fabio Tosti corralled this talent into the percussive house music stomper that is “Work It,” which features Ronnie forcefully and soulfully beckoning the dance floor over a solid, tribal rhythm and pumping low end groove. The versions on this single were remixed by TnT Inc., which is Tosti’s collaborative project with young talent Francesco Tarantini. There’s the full Concept Mix as well as a pared down Dub, both sure to prove effective and uplifting within worldwide DJ sets. Work it!

Robert Owens - “Great track.”
Lars Behrenroth - “I’m curious to try this out … nice energy!”
Marques Wyatt - “This is tight.”
Abicah Soul - “Floor runner!”
Lewis Dene (Hed Kandi) - “I’m loving this one. It’s one of the label’s strongest and sexiest tracks ever!”
Hippie Torrales - “Nice deep groove … very useful.”
Doc Link - “Lots of energy … digging this!”
Vincent Kwok - “Great deep and dark track!”
Groove Junkies - “Tight little tribal affair.”
Dave Mayer (Strictly Rhythm) - “Heavy! Nice one.”
Tony D’Onghia (Radio Koper-Capodistria) - “Reminiscent of Masters At Work. Solid track.”
Joey Silvero (Distant People) - “Hot, heavy hitting sound … one for the late night sets.”
Michael Fossati (Spirit Of House) - “A truly mind-blowing production guaranteed to jam-pack floors with its relentless rhythms, lush melodies, and super cool vocals.”
Russell Deeks (This Is Why We Dance) - “Solid dance floor business.”

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