Bruk Rogers Releases Two New Songs “Deusa” featuring Onj & Roberta Silva and “Get Low”
London-based Irish DJ Cian McCann, aka Bruk Rogers released two new songs “Deusa” and “Get Low”.
Two songs are the follow-up to “Style”, which was released back in February.
“Deusa” means 'goddess' in Portuguese, is a bossa nova meets Broken beat medley.
Cian McCann sent his shuffling beat to London-based pianist Onj, aka Andre Louis, who recorded the keys within 5 minutes, matching the tropical jazzy style.
London-based Brazilian singer-songwriter Roberta Silva adds her touch to the track in her mother tongue.
The lyrics serve as affirmations for a powerful woman, speaking of the sunrays that follow you when you're filled with hope. Friends in Sao Paolo recorded street sounds and conversations to add to the lively buzz you hear in the intro.
The track was written by Cian McCann, Andre Louis, and Roberta Marielle Da Silva.
- “Get Low” was written by Cian McCann and nods to bass-heavy UK styles, with jungle and dubstep influences, it switches up at half-time to get even darker and grungier.
Cian McCann said of the song, “I made this tune the day after Carnival Monday last year. I had spent the day at Shy FX's stage on Tavistock Road and the various styles played that day: Jungle, Dub Step, Garage, Dancehall were all fresh in my mind.”.
- source : Apple Music