Tuesday, June 5, 2018

SHREM'S LIST OBSESSION: "Damn, dis-moi" - Christine & The Queens feat. Dâm-Funk + Top 10 Greatest DāM-FunK Collaborations

The wonder-child of French Pop Christine & The Queens is back with a fresh and unexpected collaboration with a Californian maestro of electronic funk and neo-boogie, the mighty DāM-FunK himself. The 1980's flavoured "Damn, dis-moi" (also available in an English version "Girlfriend") is a sublime cocktail of vintage synth pop, post-disco and the producer's signature funktronica. This truly delectable joint effort, which I have had on the loop for the past 2 weeks, is already shaping to be one of the strongest contenders for the track of the year and I can't think of a better occasion to re-visit Dâm-Funk's impressive back catalogue of previous projects.

Top 10 Greatest DāM-FunK Collaborations:

10 "What's On Your Mind" - with Tony Cook (2010)

9 "Glyde 2nyte" - with Leon Sylvers III & Leon Sylvers IV (2015)

"What's Up" - with Ekkah (2016)

7 "I Know (That You Are the 1)" - with Ikonika (2014)

6 "Bail Me Out" - with Trus'me (2009)

5 "Warm Eyes" - with Fatima (2010)

4 "Space Between Us" - with Ekkah (2016)

3 "Can U Read Me?" - Nite-Funk (2016)

"Damn, dis-moi/Girlfriend" - with Christine & The Queens (2018)

1 "Let Me Be Me" - Nite-Funk (2016)