‘Paténipat’ is the Tune Of The Week from Charlotte Adigéry and it can be your dancefloor banger in 2019

Always looking for the new breakthrough. It seems like we got lots of new music and new trends in 2019. Charlotte Adigéry appears to bring us a dancefloor anthem like no other. It’s not house, it’s not techno, it’s not mainstream, it’s electronica, but with many other elements and it’s got so much energy in it, that could make you shake your thing, non-stop, on the dancefloor. On their youtube video they write on their info:

Explaining the ethos behind the track she says: “If in life you feel tired and hopeless, throw out all the stuff that don’t matter in the end. Dance until you’re dizzy. Be your naked and uncompromising self.” With her new EP Zandoli, Belgian-Caribbean artist Charlotte Adigéry proves herself to be a consummate storyteller. Sometimes patently silly, sometimes deeply introspective, Adigéry’s ever-wandering mind spins tales that are absurd and poignant and ridiculously fun. Having been taught the ropes by her Martinique-born mother –namely rhythm’s relationship to musicality and the importance of a sense of humour– Adigéry is a persuasive young artist who can sing about lizards one moment and latex the next. In the studio Adigéry is joined by collaborator Bolis Pupul, a descendant of the first and only wave of Chinese immigration to Martinique. After matching on Tinder the pair began to explore their shared histories, resulting in heart-to-heart confessions that seep through the songs of Zandoli. “Since working on our first EP, Bolis and I have become best friends,” Adigéry says. “And this record is the product of our love.”

This is my Tune Of The Week and from the first listen, i can’t stop dancing. This tune is sooooo addictive. Check it out on the video below.

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