Listen to V.Underground & Earl W Green’s Remix Of “Earth & Venus” By Exte C and Rhey Osborne
Hot Pick is a multi-layered music series that aims to highlight the hottest dance records, music videos, and podcasts fashioned by lesser known – and/or somewhat established – music producers, recording artists and emerging remixers currently based in the African continent.
This week’s hot pick is a fairly decent (but fierce) afro soul weekend weapon from South African (MP-based) record producer and remixer, Charles Mogane, otherwise popularly known as Exte C, featuring Rhey Osborne called “Earth and Venus”.
It’s specifically the spellbinding afro soulful interpretation by South African Music Awards nominated record producer, V.Underground and fast rising (Vaal-based) singer, songwriter, and record producer Earl W Green that arguably stood out as the hottest audio production from 6-track presentation.
That being said, as per usual, we had a quick chat with V.Underground about the inspiration and fascinating story behind the remix. You can check out the short interview below and/or listen to a sneaky preview of the song further down below.
How would you describe this song to an unfamiliar ear?
“Earth and Venus” is one of those soulful house tracks that a very mellow but still get you moving. The soulful vocals will remind you of a place you haven’t been before, and I say this because the very same thing happened to me when I first heard them a while ago [LOL].
What is the inspiration behind the record?
Rhey Osborne’s voice on the record was a huge inspiration. That’s mostly why your body moves when the vocals to talk you in this remix.
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At first, Earl W Green and I wanted to try something very mellow, something that could take you to a dreamland from the minute you decide to press play, but then we also wanted to give the vocals more room so we decided to change the whole song and that’s when we came up with something completely different.
How do you hope the listening public will receive the production?
I hope they will react and feel what Earl W Green and I felt when we were working on the song. Nonetheless, this record actually has 3 other beats that we never used, so hopefully they’ll agree that “Earth and Venus” is a (refreshingly) great song that has been coupled with an equally great remix.
Kindly checkout the song below and do let us know what you think about the offering in the comment section further down below: