Whilst out clubbing one night in London PJU bumped into London DJ & club host Josh Caffe and Cedric of Azari & lll. Before long they all ended up at an after party.
They talked to Josh about singing on this track they had been working on which was inspired by this classic Chicago house track called ’Donnie’ by this obscure act 'The It’. Josh jumped on the idea. Said & done, whilst in PJU's west London studio recording Josh's exhilarating vocal, PJU played Josh the ’Donnie’ track which had this haunting soulful vocal which they discovered was by a certain international House legend Robert Owens (vocalist on classic tracks like "Tears" by Frankie Knuckles, "I'll Be Your Friend", "Bring Down the Walls" and many more). Josh flipped and said he's good friends with Mr Owens, "let's get him on the track!!" Two weeks later Robert Owens was in the PJU studio and he delivered, on the spot, exactly what the track needed. The result is the track "Give It To Me", a 'back to the roots of Chicago House' number which has already been making waves on the underground scene for some time now.
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