Romanthony - Bring U Up (Vinyl)

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  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Bring U Up on Discogs. Label: [PIAS] Recordings - PIASB ,[PIAS] Recordings - ,[PIAS] Recordings - PS,[PIAS] Recordings - 5 30 [XM] • Format: Vinyl Romanthony: Bring U Up /5(29).
  4. Mar 01,  · Bring U Up Lyrics: There's a lot of towns / Cities too / But if you really know yourself / You realize this is true / This world is just a ghetto / Just a ghetto / Ghetto / Let's go / Time to get up.
  5. Romanthony was born as Anthony Wayne Moore on September 5, in New Jersey, United States. His work crossed several genres including house, R&B and hip hop. Tracks like "Hold On" make extensive use of sampling with a distinctly soulful house feel, while the later "Bring U Up" uses a James Brown-style breakbeat.
  6. Bring U Up (Kevin McKay DJ edit) Review: Kevin McKay's Glasgow Underground imprint releases part one (of two) remixes of Romanthony's '95 jam "Bring U Up". Deetron kick starts proceedings with a percussive, almost Rob Hood remake while relative new comer Lee Webster's version showcases all the hallmarks of a modern day remake.
  7. Feb 21,  · This a beautiful, killer cut from Romanthony. The original Bring U Up mix builds almost imperceptibly, with the 'I'm Gonna Bring U Up' vocal riff, funky bassline and gospel feel vox support creating an intense & ecstatic atmosphere. 'The Day' is another excellent gospel-style house cut/5(61).
  8. Bring U Up originally appeared on Roman's Blackmale label in as a rumbling slice of New Jersey garage complete with gospel samples and Romanthony collaborator The Trojan Horse. It was a bit of a cult favourite with underground heads like DJ Deep.

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