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Mochakk debuts on CircoLoco with ‘Jealous’

The release is the first release of his forthcoming EP

The critically acclaimed DJ/Producer Mochakk follows up his most recent single, “NO8DO,” which was composed especially for his ground-breaking Cercle show at Seville’s Plaza de Espana, with “Jealous,” the first single off his upcoming EP on CircoLoco Records.

Jealous‘ is a powerful, forward-thinking classic house track with timeless vocals from Loleatta Holloway’s ‘Dreamin‘ and contemporary inspirations from the budding Brazilian house music master.

Mochakk lands on CircoLoco Records with Jealous, ahead of his upcoming EP

Mochakk’s position at the top of the house music world has been cemented with the release of his eighth song, “Jealous,” on CircoLoco Records, which follows a blitz of releases from some of the biggest names in electronic music right now.

The song pairs twisting, high-energy basslines with a thumping kick drum and white-hot snares. The lively tune is guided throughout by an iconic sample from Lolleatta Holloway’s 1977 classic, “Dreamin,” which creates a new rework with sounds straight from the heart of vintage Chicago house music.

In order to create a party tune that is as at home on the white sands of Ibiza as it is in the warehouse parties in New York City, Mochakk added his distinctive flavor.

I’ve been waiting for Jealous to be released for so long, it’s probably the track I got asked about most this year. It’s definitely the biggest track in the set almost every time I play it and I just can’t wait for it to be released. Circoloco Records. August 25th. Blow it up! – Mochakk

The artist: Mochakk

With hits like “Da Fonk” and “Diu Diu Lai,” remixes for Lil Louie Vega, The Martinez Brothers, and his most recent version of Diplo’s “Express Yourself,” which received over 1.5 million streams and peaked at number 10 on the Beatport Global Charts, Mochakk has been tearing up the international electronic music scene as he travels the world representing Brazil as the biggest underground dance music star.

The 23-year-old Brazilian, who was selected as one of BBC Radio 1’s Future New Stars of 2023, has been busy entertaining crowds at Coachella, Printworks, EDC, Lollapalooza, CircoLoco Ibiza, Sonar, and many other festivals this year alone.