Moving All Around (Jumpin')

Album: single release only (2022)
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Songfacts®:

  • Shakeil Luciano, known as Schak, is a DJ and producer from North Shields, North Tyneside, England. This is his debut single, which he released on October 21, 2022, after being signed by DJ Patrick Topping's label Trick.
  • The song samples vocals from the late American house singer Kim English. Her 2001 original version titled, "Bumpin' & Jumpin'," was the third of her eight US Club chart-toppers.
  • A smitten Kim English sings of becoming lovestruck after meeting a guy the previous night. He has her "jumpin' and bumpin and movin' all around."
  • Schak and his crew hyped the track when they gatecrashed the North Shields branch of the B&Q superstore, complete with decks and PA System. The resulting "B&Q Kitchen Sesh" video went viral on Facebook.

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