Makree Heats Up the Summer with "Me Mama"


As the mercury rises, so does the heat from Latvia's prodigious music producer, Makree, with his latest tropical-infused house track, "Me Mama." Makree has taken inspiration from the late 90s band Kutullo and reinterpreted their song "Moyo Waka" into a vibrant summer anthem that's perfect for 2024's sunny escapades. Makree has a strong track record with top labels like Toolroom Trax and Ministry of Sound, and his latest release is a great example of his ability to combine classic house vibes with a modern tropical twist.

Makree's musical versatility is on show in "Me Mama", which combines deep house rhythms with lo-fi-inspired drums and profound chords. The track is designed to get the audience moving, with an upbeat, dance-inducing energy that embodies the spirit of summer. It's this ability to blend genres and eras that makes Makree a leading figure in the Latvian electronic dance music scene.

His extensive experience, which includes a residency at the largest nightclub in Riga and collaborations with artists like Secondcity on the track "Never Been In Love," shows how much influence he has in the industry. With over 3 million streams and praise from big names like Annie Mac and Disclosure, Makree is still pushing musical boundaries and setting trends.

As we look ahead to summer 2024, Makree's "Me Mama" is not just a song, but a mood setter. It's set to become a staple in playlists and dance floors across the globe.

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