“Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in!” UK mixmaster Freddie Frampton has at least one thing in common with Michael Corleone in The Godfather: Part III. After decimating dance floors in the ’90s at various London clubs, Frampton took a self-imposed hiatus from the scene. But the thump of the kick drum and the energy of the dance floor eventually lured him back, and he wound up scoring a huge tech-house smash last year with his evocative track “Black Betty.”
Frampton comes alive again with his deep-house delight “So Good” out April 19 on his newly launched label, Hot2Drop. We’re extremely pleased to world premiere the accompanying video for the track edited by Paulo Olim Duraes.
Says Freddie of the clip, “‘So Good’ is a sensual piece of music which becomes orgasmic at peak times. The girl listening to music on headphones, with her breasts covered by speakers, is there to emphasize sexuality in the music, more so than the individual filmed.”
Hit the play button below and enjoy.