BOOKER T’S LIQUID DEEP LABEL CELEBRATES ITS 50TH RELEASE WITH S.E.L.

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One of the UK’s most prolific and respected House music producers, Booker T delivers his unique Satta Dub twist to S.E.L and Bryan Chambers’ heartfelt soul smash Falling. The track marks the 50th release milestone on his respected label Liquid Deep

S.E. L’s honeyed acoustic tones are re-energised in Booker T’s capable hands with his signature skippy London beats, musical keys and dubby grooves. From the feel good vocal mix to the shuffling Satta Dub, Falling is a classic house vocal with serious crossover appeal with DJ Spen getting down in hip hop soul style reminiscent of the early 90’s sound. The track is already playlisted on Mi-Soul Radio.

Having recently lifted the #1 spot in the Soulful House chart and #5 in the Main Traxsource chart with What A Difference (2020) featuring Earl Tutu John Khan and Mike City, Liquid Deep have notched up several other #1 slots. Think tracks like; Shirley Jones’ classic Nights Over Egypt (1982) and Kings of Soul with If You Take My Love (2014). The label has championed individual artists such as Michelle Weeks and Kathy Brown as well as the multi-platinum selling singer/songwriter Mike City alongside A-List Remixers including DJ Spen, Reelsoul and David Harness.

Booker T continues to enjoy widespread success straddling both the commercial and underground scenes with his current mixes of Emelie Sande’s More Of You (2014) nestling alongside Falling.

Having been a vocal cornerstone for the UK’s living legend, Jazzie B as part of the Soul II Soul movement, unstoppable talent Soulful Emma Louise (S.E.L) has been working on her debut album this past year as well as enjoying the first glow of motherhood.

Covering all shades and musical grooves S.E.L has emerged as one of the UK’s finest musical talents. Recent conquests include headlining the Summer Soulstice Festival in London and expanding her musical message on Talk Radio’s BadassWomensHr. The success of former singles such Elevation and Flowered Tears saw them chart at #No 2 in the UK Soul Charts as well as achieving Track of the Week status on BBC6 Music and MiSoul. You Gotta Be also went to #No 1 in the Traxsource House chart.

The multi-talented singer and songwriter has also branched out into co-hosting a regular monthly show with Deadly Smedley on Mi-Soul. Her live credentials read like a who’s who of world renowned international music artists including Alicia Keys, Omar, Debbie Harry, Caron Wheeler, Jocelyn Brown, and Sanchez.

S.E.L//BOOKER T//DJ SPEN

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