Tavi Castro & Jordan feat. Chasing CitiesSo Serious
Freshly signed Spinnin’ Records artist Tavi Castro teams up with Jordan and Chasing Cities for some serious tropical music. Yesterday the three men reveal themselves as the artists behind the ID track ‘So Serious’. The track brings booty shaking beats, catchy melodies and a big dose of happy vibes. ‘So Serious’ out now on Spinnin’ Records.
Tavi Castro is one of those people who is gifted with different talents, also being able to develop each of them to the fullest. This Canadian/Dutch/Latin blooded entrepeneur managed to become one of the biggest names in worldwide fitness, while also stand out as a truly original music talent, perfecting his DJ skills as well as productional talent. His career path has been an amazing and interesting journey so far; studying Aerospace Engineering, playing football on a high level and turning himself into one of the biggest names in worldwide fitness, running his own company, clothing line and doing modeling work. All while making music remained a common thread in his career.
And now, as his career in fitness can’t get any better, it’s time to fulfill that other destiny. Influenced by a new generation of artists, Tavi Castro is back in producing music, delivering a fresh blend of future house, future bass, and moombahton. Following up his track ‘Survive’ which was released on Spinnin’ Premium this summer which resulted in him signing an exclusive contract with dance label Spinnin’ Records. The multi talent now has revealed himself as one of the three artists behind the ID track ‘So Serious’.
‘So Serious’ was dropped as an ID track this summer and has been much praised ever since. The track is a collaboration with Jordan, who is a producer writer having worked with some of the greatest artists in the world. From a strong pop background Jordan strives on making music to make the world dance. The third artist behind ‘So Serious’ is Chasing Cities, who completes this exotic, booty shaking and uplifting hit with his captivating vocals.
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