The positive word-of-mouth buzz surrounding Dr. Jekyll‘s remixes is a clear sign of his excellent Latin groove. “Loco Amor” by Analise Hoveyda is a Spanish song that recently got his Reggaeton-flavored treatment so that you can shake up your bones. Clearly, there’s a fine balance between her sweet vocals on the Dem Bow riddim. Mixed and mastered by Guy Gabriel, the result is as pleasing as well as addictive. On the other hand, Dr. Jekyll manages to breathe new life into this tune whose lyrics revolve around an intense feeling of love. Not for nothing the English version is called “Crazy Love.”
Among other things, this is not the first time these talented artists work together. The “Aftertaste” remix is another good example of the top-notch jams released via Dr. Jekyll’s label Aggregate Sound. So anyone who feels bored will find plenty to enjoy with his music.
As regards Analise’s career, she keeps evolving artistically by leaps and bounds. What’s more, she has signed a management agreement with Max Gousse (Artistry Group) who has worked with international Pop stars like Beyonce, Saweetie, Adina Howard, B2K, Solange, Kelly Rowland, and many more. Her longtime manager Jeff Gordon, who runs All-Star Music Group is still part of the project team.
You will be hearing much more Reggaeton and Pop cuts from Dr. Jekyll in the coming months. Stay tuned!