Black Caviar & Lee Wilson Bring The Island vibes with “Beat Goes On” via Deep Root Records
DJ/Producer duo Black Caviar is back with their newest single, “Beat Goes On” a song in collaboration with singer and songwriter Lee Wilson. “Beat Goes On” is out now via Deep Root Records.
Known for party hit singles like, “Coco” and “El Camino”, Black Caviar serves us up another infection party song. “Beat Goes On” is an uplifting house tune filled with warm island vibes and latin inspired beats. Lee Wilson’s (known for his work with house icons Kenny Dope and Todd Terry) smooth vocals work in complete harmony with Black Caviar’s production and adds an additional emotive element to the track. Go ahead and take a listen to “Beat Goes On”, the perfect tune for the summer months ahead!
As Black Caviar mentions, “We sent Lee Wilson over a few song ideas to check out and he hit us back with this idea which we instantly loved. It was the perfect vibe for hope coming out of the tough time we all went through together over the past 2 years. Hope that after the rain pours, the sun comes out… and the beat goes on!”
About Black Caviar:
Amassing over 300 million Spotify streams, New York City’s Black Caviar has been solidified in the dance music world with genre bending music to fans across the globe. The duo’s hard to categorize style comes from a wide spectrum of influences from Chicago house, New York City hip hop and Latin rhythms. With releases on Republic, Toolroom, Big Beat, Defected, Nervous, Heldeep, Dim Mak and Spinnin, Black Caviar’s Grammy-nominated gold-certified track ‘What’s Up Danger with Blackway’ was featured on the ‘Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse’ Soundtrack.
About Deep Root Records:
Founded by Haitian-born DJ/producer Francis Mercier and Ajamu Kambon, Deep Root Records is one of the only 100% black-owned labels on the dance music scene. With a focus on exceptional deep house and afro house, Deep Root boasts a diverse international roster, and has released music from house music legends like Roland Clark and Rowetta, as well as from up and coming stars like Kenya’s Idd Aziz, Zimbabwe’s Nitefreak, Brazil’s REFFEL, Mexico’s Cossy / QT-HIGH, the UK’s Simon Field and NYC’s Dean Mickoski. Deep Root releases have received support from Pete Tong, Black Coffee and Blond:ish, as well as major Spotify playlisting (on Night Rider, Housewerk, Dance Party, Happy Beats, Chill Tracks, Haitian Heat, Friday Cratediggers and Electronic Circus). In 2021, Deep Root released the album ‘New York State Of House’ (DJ-mixed by label impresario Francis Mercier himself) which hit #1 on Beatport’s Afrohouse chart.