Does Malaa really exist? Is the person behind the mask some kind of enigmatic superproducer? Is Malaa Tchami and DJ Snake’s side project? No one can say for sure, but does it really even matter? From ridiculously infectious singles such as “Bylina” and "Belleville" to highly anticipated ‘Who is Malaa’ mixes, all that really matters at this point is that Malaa is a powerhouse of a producer, and today they’ve reconfirmed it yet again with a new single titled “Paris 96’”.
Malaa’s latest offering is a refreshing mixup of funk, house and soul that’s sure to get the dancefloor moving. From the start, Malaa dials in the old school vibes, blending some hard-hitting drums in with a sample from René & Angela’s “I Love You More”. Around the 1:36 mark, Notorious B.I.G. fans are sure to notice a sample from Biggy and Jay-Z’s “I Love the Dough” (which also samples René & Angela’s 1981 hit), before the track jumps into a old school funk-inspired bridge. Stream and download Malaa’s new track “Paris 96'” below and enjoy!
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