Originally from Detroit, NIK:11 (also known as Nicole Tindall) got her start as a teenage member of P-Funk All Stars. With George Clinton as an early mentor, NIK:11 moved on to a career in house music, becoming an in-demand producer and festival DJ. With “KICKBACK,” her latest single on Jesse Saunders’ Broken Records label, NIK:11 comes full circle to her P-Funk days. The single features extra vocals from Ouiwey Collins, son of the legendary Bootsy Collins, the one-time bass player for P-Funk.
This remix package features a rolling deep house mix from French DJ and House Nation Radio host Didier Vanelli, a chunky prime time house mix by DJ Scotty Boy and Luca Debonaire, and a bass-heavy tech-house mix from Jerome Baker. If that wasn’t enough, the package is rounded out by a dark and moody late night mix from Keytone and the hands-in-the-air peak time extended mix from Dirty Werk. Something here for all flavors of house lovers … give “KICKBACK” a spin.
Mr. V (Sole Channel Music) – “Scotty Boy & Luca Debonaire mix is for me.”
Nick Power (Soul Kandi) – “DV Originator Deep Mix for me!”
Gene Farris (Farris Wheel Recordings) – “This is great!”
Marco (Radio 105 ‘In Da Klub’) – “Nice one. I’ll definitely play this.”
Frank Lamboy (NYC Sessions) – “Beautiful Production.”
Graeme Park (The Graeme Park Radio Show) – “Groovy, baby.”
Dean Serafini (Frisky Rhythms) – “The DV Originator Deep Mix hits the spot nicely.”
Tony Wilson (Philly Nites Radio) – “Sweet set of mixes. Definitely will support.”
Curtiss Logan (Jersey Soul) – “Very nice package. I’m loving the Jerome Baker Remix. Full support.”
Eddy Spirit (Janga Radio) – “A super sweet production coupling Ouiwey Collins dulcet vocals with melodious keys and deep laidback rhythms.”