As we approach the final weeks of the year, the tempo in the electronic dance music world tends to decelerate. However, one artist determined to keep the dancefloor energized is none other than Rick Wonder. Making his sixth appearance on our new music radar this year, the Brooklyn-based producer delivers another dose of tech house brilliance with his latest track, ‘Work’.
Having captivated audiences earlier in the year with electro house anthems like ‘You Keep Me Hanging On’ and ‘Ain’t No Stopping Me’, Rick Wonder has adeptly transitioned his style to a more tech and house-infused sound, resulting in an incredible musical journey. His knack for seamlessly shifting between styles while maintaining a consistently high level of quality speaks volumes about his talent, and ‘Work’ is yet another testament to his prowess.
‘Work’ revolves around an infectious trumpet hook and a captivating vocal sample, both of which are instantly catchy and addictive. Rick Wonder skillfully intertwines these elements with rhythmic and groovy components, with the bassline notably carrying the infectious groove. Clocking in at just under 3 minutes, it won’t be long before you find yourself hitting the replay button, craving more of the irresistible beats and infectious energy that ‘Work’ brings to the table.
Stream this single below.