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    OsunladeI Don't KnowSoul Jazz Records

    Osunlade’s star continues to rise - Osunlade,ordained priest in the African religion of Ifa, continues to release deep spiritual nu-soul and house music with African influences. From releasing his first album "Paradigm" on Soul Jazz Records, Osunlade has gone on to numerous remix and production credits (Djinji Brown, Sin Palabras, KB, Incognito, Roy Ayers,) as well as continuing to release his own material. This song "I Don’t Know" was originally one of his first ever releases over 5 years ago and has been unavailable for many years and in demand ever since. Stripped down and reconstructed with new mixes for 2006 as a taster for the forthcoming Yoruba Records retrospective shortly to be released on Soul Jazz Records. Osunlade started Yoruba records in New York and has gone on to release a stream of quality deep house and nu-soul tracks either featuring his own music or productions - many of which have became classics and are very much in demand today. The forthcoming album will include all the full length 12" original mixes as well as a number of unreleased Osunlade gems.

    • Osunlade – I Don't Know (Original)
    • Osunlade – I Don't Know (Joburg Mix)
    • Osunlade – I Don't Know (Yoruba Soul Mix)
    OsunladeBeloved (Remixes)Soul Jazz Records

    Osunlade is the New York Deep House artist who runs his own Yoruba Records in New York. He is also a priest in the African-based religion Ife. This 12" features three brand new remixes of the track "Beloved" which originally appeared on the album "Paradigm" released by Soul Jazz earlier in the year. The track has been completely reworked with remixes by Osunlade himself as well as two other latin tinged deep house mixes from the US (mixed by Saint) and Puerto Rico (mixed by Oruga). Since the album "Paradigm", Osunlade has been busy remixing material for Compost, Talkin Loud, Versatile, Far Out and a host of other labels. This is his first new release on Soul Jazz since the album "Paradigm". The track is already being played by the likes of Gilles Peterson, Kenny Dope, Ross Allen and others.