Armed with one his most hot blooded grooves to date, lifestyle icon Gianluca Vacchi drops his new single “Sombrerito Blanco” right in time for some peak time summer madness. Nicely wrapped into tech house beats, this record dives deep into the club, seductively moving its sub bass and latin flavored percussion around the warm vocals of Colombian singer Martina Camargo, who’s eponymous song is revamped here to create some serious waves. Following early moves as an ID track, the eagerly awaited “Sombrerito Blanco” officially drops on Spinnin’ Records.
After delivering a thumping remix of Black Eyed Peas & Daddy Yankee single “Bailar Contigo” earlier this year, the maestro now continues on this latin flavored club sound with new single “Sombrerito Blanco.”
Based on the eponymous original vocals by Colombian singer Martina Camargo, the vibe of the song gains some serious dance floor energy in the hands of Gianluca Vacchi. Sure enough, he knows his way around these kinds of sultry hooks, adding rhythmic bliss with tension building tech house beats, soft meandering percussion and intense synth stabs. Breaking down into Camargo’s vocals, you feel defenseless against the inevitable drop, coming straight at you with those ominous synth chords and rumbling drum crescendos. This is the true Vacchi sound; intense, hot blooded and undeniably catchy, turning any club floor into a groovy affair.