Circles by The Very Best

Looks like we can see a glimpse of bril­liance again from the group, The Very Best. Esau Mwamwaya, Johan Hugo and Mc Mo Lau­di present a wild ride through the influ­ences of their new album due in 2011 with this mix enti­tled, “Cir­cles” (pre­sent­ed by oki-ni)…

I guess some of the songs in this mix will sur­prise peo­ple who are famil­iar with our music, but in one way or anoth­er they all mean some­thing to our musi­cal jour­ney. We used to call Esau Mwamwaya the African Phil Collins because he’s a drum­mer and singer, and we also tried to work with Phil on the Warm Heart Of Africa album, hence why he’s in the mix.

When we where record­ing the new album this sum­mer we shut our­selves in a cab­in in the Swedish for­est and did­n’t have any music but a Cold­play CD left behind in the house. Every time we drove to the shop to get some food or drinks we would hear Ali­cia Keys ‘Try Sleep­ing With A Bro­ken Heart’ on the radio and we fell in love with the song… Adiemus is the kind of majes­tic song we hope to make one day…

The Very Best has always been a lot about melody and that’s kind of the theme for this mix too, melodies that blow our mind.

— Esau Mwamwaya, Johan Hugo and MC Mo Lau­di

You may down­load lis­ten to the mix here, or preview/listen to it in your brows­er via Sound­Cloud via Mix­cloud:


PS. Here’s the track­list­ing:

  1. The Very Best Cha­lo (Gon­za­les Remix)
  2. DJ Khaled feat. T‑Pain All I Do Is Win
  3. Lil Wayne I Made It
  4. Bion­ic Com­man­do Bion­ic Com­man­do (Rusko Remxi)
  5. Doc­tor P Sweet Shop
  6. JR & HHP Show Dem
  7. The Very Best feat. Mo Lau­di Angonde (Johan Hugo Remix)
  8. The Very Best Warm Heart Of Africa (So Shifty)
  9. Baa­ba Maal Mir­a­cle (The Very Best Remix)
  10. George Maluleke Nizond­ha Swiend­lo
  11. Douster A Mi A Loco
  12. Cold­play Til King­dom Come
  13. Adiemus & Karl Jenk­ins Adiemus
  14. Elton John Sac­ri­frice
  15. Ali­cia Keys Try Sleep­ing With A Bro­ken Heart
  16. Phil Collins In The Air Tonight
  17. Lady­smith Black Mam­boza Unknown

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