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Shide Boss – Sauce arrived in my inbox a short while ago and, while I was intrigued to hear his 2017 sound, I had tracks coming out of my ears for review.
However, on a rainy Monday I pressed play and automatically had chills sprinting down my musical spine as a rush of nostalgia took over. Sauce, a remix of DJ Khaled’s Wild Thoughts, automatically kicks off with Itaal Shur’s Room 17 sample, better known today as Smooth, a collaboration between Santana and Matchbox Twenty vocalist Rob Thomas.
Shide Boss, who has 3 top ten fusion hits on the ITunes International Charts, produces vocals that are just as smooth as the 1999 collaboration when compared to DJ Khaled’s Wild Thoughts ft. Rihanna and Bryson Tiller. Shide Boss sizzles as he hits all the notes in style without resorting to the cheese grater effect featured in everything Rihanna is involved with. Shide’s Sauce is definitely music for the soul and has the right amount of vocal moments that will have you listening to it over and over again. This is where vocally Shide is better suited, whether or not it’s just a cheeky dabble.
Sauce is an effortless display of how to make a remix right and a do a homage justice! Sauce gives you double cream and strawberries and it’s as sweet as cheery pie!
Sauce (Wild Thoughts / Did You See) is available to download from iTunes now.
My previous review of Shide Boss was lukewarm, and had it not been for Mutya it wouldn’t have cut the crust!
Sauce (Wild Thoughts / Did You See)
29 Jul 2017
Review Revised / Published 20 August 2018 @ 14:00 PM
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