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Prince Quick Mix

Prince Quick Mix

A New York native and veteran of Queens underground block parties, Prince Quick Mix 's sound is Smooth, Cool, Deep, & Dirty A Tribal House Music hybrid seamlessly crafted from layered vocals and tribal beats, never straying too far from the values his productions reflect. Turntable skills are fundamental .

Favoured by Deep Dish, Danny Howells and Tenaglia, his productions have been influencing the world's dance scene since the early 90's with releases on Yoshitoshi, Cream, Ultra, Abducted, Distinctive UK, Strictly Rhythm, Narcotic, Twisted, Nervous and Groovalicious.His '97 house rework of Led Zeppelin classic "Babe I'm Gonna Leave You" attained anthem status.

Tracks such as "The Flying Song" (Ibiza Anthem of 2001), "I'll Be Your Friend," and more recently "You Are Sleeping," "Fuck Sonnet," and "Everyday" are championed by A-list DJ's worldwide .

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