West Hollywood, CA, November 17, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The following is an excerpt from a conversation with Brian Stormm at his home in West Hollywood, CA.
"After I finished 'Shake Dat Sh*t' I went back and listened to the acapella vocals again and realized there were so many good lines I did not use. 'Shake Dat Sh*t' is less than four minutes long but Womina Wells had about ten minutes of rhymes and ad-libs. After listening to them a second and third time, I picked up on a certain phrase, 'get your groove on.' It ran in my head for a couple of days and then the beat and bassline came to me in the shower, where I get most my ideas. I have a multi-track recorder on my smart phone that I keep on the sink next to the shower for when inspiration hits.
"Over the next few days I played around with beats and funky basslines and came up with what is now 'Groove On.' I placed a lot of Womina's vocals throughout the song but at the advice of Flash Sanchez of my label Electro Boy Inc Records, removed quite a bit of the vocal because in his opinion it covered up too much of the catchy Miami-ish, early morning rhythm. And he was right (Sorry, Womina). I have a more vocal version of the song that I don't know if we'll release. We'll see. But for now 'Groove On' is grooving up the charts and making a splash world wide. I really want to thank the fans and the dance music community for supporting my work. Without them there wouldn't be a 'Groove On.'"