by Riton (featuring Nightcrawlers)

Album: Single release only (2021)
Charted: 4


  • "Friday" is an uplifting party anthem uniting London-based DJ and producer Riton and songwriter John Reid of The Nightcrawlers dance music project. The song is a celebration of Friday night clubbing when people can truly unwind knowing they've got the whole weekend in front of them.
  • The song samples both the Nightcrawlers 1992 original version of "Push the Feeling On" and MK's 1995 house remix of the disco classic.
  • The song features internet megastars Mufasa and Hypeman, who shot to global fame in 2020 with their viral adaptation of MK's "Push The Feeling On" remix.
  • Several artists have sampled MK's remix of "Push The Feeling On" into hits, including Pitbull for his 2009 global single "Hotel Room Service," British house duo Waze & Odyssey's 2014 UK Top 3-charting remix of R. Kelly's "Bump N' Grind," and AJ Tracey and MoStack's 2020 UK Top 5 hit "Dinner Guest."


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