Robbie Rivera, a name that needs no introduction, remains at the forefront of producing for well over two decades. His tribal house sound is not only one that garners its own signature but remains a sound recognizable to many worldwide.
The year was 1999 when Robbie released his first record, “El Sorullo“, a track influenced by Latin house music. The track became popular in New York and Miami and his career was underway. It wasn’t until the year 2000 when Rivera’s track “Bang” not only became a huge hit but climbed its way to number one on the United Kingdom dance chart.
Making it on to several dance compilation albums it was also used frequently during the 2000 Sydney Olympics. The song became popular enough that even MTV garnered time Robbie Rivera and this being additional motivation to create his own label, Juicy Records.
Now, in 2016 the 16yr old track gets recreated and aptly titled ‘Bang 2k16‘. Available Friday June 10th with Beatport, Google Play Music, Spotify, iTunes and additional online music sources, ‘Bang 2k16′ is for sure a tune to for summer lounging by the pool or arranging a track list of floor fillers for your upcoming club gig.
Keeping the original piano riff and vocals, Robbie Rivera added a vocal snippet over emblematic tribal house beats that are always a welcomed pleasure.
Bang 2k16 is supported by the likes of Bob Sinclar, Pete Tong, Don Diablo, Sander Van Doorn, Chris Lake, Michael Woods & Bart B More; it’s safe to say that ‘Bang 2k16’ will be an crowd pleasing welcomed tune by many, especially with the summer 2016 season upon us.