Here, Jamal takes the bumpin’ dance interlude of the forementioned Bad Colours track and turns it into something a little more peaktime – a hands in the air dance track when the summertime park jam really starts picking up at sunset, or when the club starts filling up at 1am.
Bad Colours is the moniker of London-born, Maryland-raised, Brooklyn-based DJ and producer Ibe Soliman. With influences of garage from both sides of the Atlantic as well as funk, post-disco, proto-house and rap samples; his debut album ‘PINK’ was released by Bastard Jazz in February 2021.
Known for his residencies at some of New York’s top venues, Ibe has been rocking crowds as a DJ for over a decade, and has shared the decks with the likes of James Murphy, Mark Ronson, and Q-Tip. He’s performed alongside Wiz Khalifa, Snoop Dogg, Pusha T, and Young Thug, to name a few. In high demand as a private party curator, he’s helped set the tone for Jeff Koons, FKA Twigs, Justin Timberlake, Travis Scott, and Usher. When Ibe’s not behind the decks, he’s in the lab, where he’s produced for Kendrick Lamar, Faith Evans, Keyshia Cole, and Rick Ross, among others.
Ibe Soliman (Producer, Composer)
Jeffrey Allen Townes (Remixer)