John Oudo – “Work Me Over” ft Junior

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The third release on Bigspin Music takes us out of 2009 on a high with a song that oozes Soul from the very outset.

After a successful start in 2009 John Oudo & his Bigspin Music label have made a significant impact within the scene delivering some memorable dance floor songs that have received global acclaim amongst DJ’s, Radio & Press alike & have attracted a lot of support for this UK artist & label.

Featuring the debut smooth male lead vocals from UK artist Junior & tight backing vocals from Adeola Ranson & Ann Browne, this track is another powerhouse single true to Bigspinmusic form which hit the dance charts with gusto.

Within its first 4 days on traxsource promo it reached the top 10 best sellers & by the end of its first week in the charts was sitting pretty at its highest chart place of No 3 & It then firmly held the No6 spot for a further week & remained in the top 10 for a week after that, totaling a 3 week stint in the top 10 & so seeing out a very successful 2009 on a high.

DJ top 10’s from DJ Spen, Tony Humphries, the Soul Heaven extended family & over 300 global radio play lists in its first month.

Check out the I-DJ magazine review:

let’s kick off with this latest release from John Oudo on his Bigspin Music label, which is getting a full release this week having already shifted a fair few units on Traxsource in promo form.

In its Main Vox Mix form, this is a traditional-style soulful house offering that wouldn’t sound out of place on King Street. That’s the mix I’m preferring for personal listening, but with my journo/blogger head on, perhaps more interesting are the Afro Vox and Afro Instrumental mixes. Interesting because these could easily cross over onto UK funky floors and the inclusion of such rubs is a definite trend in soulful house at the mo’ (just like you had the obligatory bruk rubs five years ago)

Anyway enough of the shameless plugs, back to this and there are some lovely chords and nicely counter pointed male and female vocals, so yeah, definitely worth checking for all the soulful lovers!”

Out: This week

About: This comes out on Bigspin Music, which is John Oudo’s own label. It would appear to be the third release from the label so if you wanna be the first kid on your block to be hip to the Bigspin trip, amaze your family, astound your friends etc, then hit up their website forthwith. This is real quality.

( Russell Deeks – Reviews – I-DJ Magazine 2nd Feb 2010 )