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Reviewed: Maxinne ft. Cami Jones – What We Do (Summer-ized Sessions)

The Toolroom protege continues to elevate her standing with this dancefloor roller.

Reviewed: Maxinne ft. Cami Jones - What We Do (Summer-ized Sessions)

The Summer-ized imprint continues to go from strength to strength through a consistent flow of top-tier music delivery to the market.

Following on from the label’s recent surge in popularity after a string of high-profile releases from the likes of Luigi Rocca, the uptrend continues with a delightful house stomper from the rapidly-rising Maxinne. The Toolroom breakout star cements her glittering reputation with this infectious drop.

‘What We Do’ is a high-octane cut with a highly infectious hook attached to its soul. Featuring an almost seductive vocal from the talented Cami Jones, the track has an insatiable groove and is ultimately one for the rollers.

On the flip, the ‘ Dub Mix’ serves up a full-bodied alternative for those who appreciate vocal extraction. The dub version maintains the richness of the original and its crystal clear clarity of sound. We expect this to entertain many a Spotify playlist and club crowd around the globe.

This track is one straight from the ever-expanding Maxinne playbook as the artist continues to prosper and deliver an authentic groove for the dancefloor.

Maxinne’s ‘What We Do’ (feat. Cami Jones) drops 22nd October on Summer-ized Sessions

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