The new single finds David in disco mode and the track actually started out as an edit used in his own sets.
“I then gave a copy to Louie Vega and he played it everywhere he went. Then DJs started to ask for it, so I decided to redo it,” says David. “It’s funny because when I first did ‘Needin U’ I did it for myself. It was never recorded to be released and when I played it out people went crazy for it. The same thing is happening with ‘Lovin’. I only hope that I have some of the success with ‘Lovin’ as I did with ‘Needin U’.”
The unashamedly joyous track itself is a throw back affair with lots of layers of lush strings, a diva vocal that glows at the middle of it all and propulsive disco drums driving things along. Colourful and feel good, it drips with the sort of high energy vibes that are impossible to ignore and swells to a number of high points throughout.
Chicago, New York and The Warehouse are all referenced in Mazelle’s effusive vocal, reminding us of the roots of this music. As well as a radio edit, an instrumental is also included.