Lupe Fuentes drops the hot, Minimal Deep House single 'Holla If Ya Hear Me'

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Lupe Fuentes drops the hot, Minimal Deep House single 'Holla If Ya Hear Me'

House Music Producer and DJ Lupe Fuentes continues to flex her production muscles and impress with her newest In The Loop release, "Holla If Ya Hear Me". Originally premiered at Beats Drop Cancer in San Francisco, this newest addition to her rapidly growing and highly impressive catalog is a balanced deep/tech house perfect for festivals and clubs.

Lupe’s sound is a refreshing, stripped back tech-house style with hypnotic bass lines and funky beats that are timeless. It’s a fresh new sound that tips its hat to classic house. With a dozen releases in 2014 on a bevy of tastemaker labels, with consistent positions and top tens in the tech house and house charts, Lupe Fuentes is poised to be the first lady of the underground .

With her tracks supported by artists like Dubfire, Gorgon City, Claptone, Tensnake, Dimitri from Paris, Todd Terry, Junior Sanchez, The S man, Shiba San, and Deep Dish to name a few, and releases on labels like Guesthouse, Nervous, Inhouse, Undercool, Defined, Brobot, Positive, WIN, and more, it seems like there is no stopping this dynamic powerhouse. Lupe’s recent collaboration with Rap Icon DMC of RUN DMC has a lot of people in the house music scene taking notice.

Lupe Fuentes has created a musical identity for herself that focuses on grooves and dancefloor prowess above all else – combining tribal, tech, Latin and more. Citing the likes of Erick Morillo, Adam Beyer, and Marco Carola as influences, it’s clear she’s well versed in the way of quality 4/4 dance music. Lupe Fuentes is part of the new breed of DJ producers that you need to watch…