Louie Vega and The Martinez Brothers join forces with Marc E. Bassy on ‘Let It Go’

House | Sunday 24th November 2019 | Nicky

Featuring vocals from Marc E Bassy, the San Francisco-born singer-songwriter, ‘Let It Go’ is unapologetically catchy thanks to the smooth lyricism of Bassy. His vocals are masterfully put to use by House legend Louis Vega and the globally renowned Bronx duo The Martinez Brothers. 


First featured on The Martinez Brothers’ recent fabric presents mix, Let It Go’ is a gloriously stripped-back dose of New York house that delivers a catchy hook which underpins the track. Louie Vega has been an inspiration for the brothers since their teenage years when they first began to DJ, so they’re stoked to be sharing this collaboration. The track encapsulates this dynamic duo's charismatic appeal delivering a distinct slice of big apple lushness for the dance floor.



Louie Vega has previously collaborated with everyone from Luther VandrossGloria Estefan and Janet Jackson to Will Smith, Jamiroquai and MadonnaLet It Go’ marks the second time he’s released a track with The Martinez Brothers, following last year’s single ‘Shut The Door’Previously citing Vega as a primary influence during their formative years, The Martinez Brothers were touring the world with the likes of him, Dennis Ferrer and Erick Morillo before they had even finished high school. In the years since the bros have become one of the hottest double acts in dance music, again making Ibiza their launchpad this summer and throwing Cuttin’ Headz parties on the White Isle for the first time.

With two generations of New York’s vibrant dance music scene joining forces on Let It Go, and also recruiting NYC graffiti legend Lee Quiñones for the artwork, it's little wonder the results are so slick.