Marc Rousso, enlisting Roger Sanchez for the remix, drops up-beat, proud to be catchy ‘I Wanna Dance’ on his new nonprofit Charité Records imprint, featuring J.Fitz on vocals.
This full-on dance cut follows Rousso’s slinky hit ‘Coffee In the Morning’, Charité’s debut release which hit number 13 in Music Week’s Club Charts. 100% of label proceeds go to Friends of the Children-Seattle, one of 25 Friends of the Children chapters spanning the US and UK, to provide long-term, professional mentors to help young people from disadvantaged backgrounds.
I Wanna Dance (Original) has a fast beat, sexy bass, and funky piano to remind us we ‘haven’t danced in a long time’ and now we wanna. The vocals, strong throughout the track, add an even more summery vibe to this post-Covid call to dancefloor action.
The Roger Sanchez Remix goes for a more Latin-American feel, with more layered percussion, the bass brought forward, and the vocals, indeed the song, highlighted. Let joy and raving be unconfined – summer is here!
The Dub version plays the bass riff with chords, introducing breakdowns to emphasise the vocals even more.
Aside from launching the label, Rousso’s been busy with shows including Masquerade Miami sharing a stage with the likes of Claptone, Fatboy Slim, LP Giobbi, and Belly Up Aspen. With more exciting names confirmed for future Charité releases, this is an exciting time for the DJ/producer.
‘I Wanna Dance’ inc. Roger Sanchez remixes is out now on Charité.