When Razz featuring Matt Warren and Ralphi Rosario recorded The Razz EP, they never thought that tracks including Say It would still be popular thirty-three years later. That is no surprise asThe Razz EP was a groundbreaking release.
In 1985, Matt Warren and Ralphi Rosario were already regarded as two of Chicago’s aspiring producers. Matt had cofounded Sunset Records with Miguel Garcia and brothers Alex and Robert Rojo. The new label allowed them to release their own singles. This included The Razz EP which featured tracks of the quality of Pump It Up, Kill Yourself Dancing, Say It and Razz-Matazz. Given the quality of music on The Razz EP, it was no surprise that it was a permanent feature in many DJ box.
As soon as DJs dropped a track from The Razz EP, including Say It, this was the signal for even the most reluctant dancers in 1985 to head onto the dancefloor. Thirty-three years later, and The Razz EP is regarded by DJs and dancers as a Chicago House classic from Razz featuring Matt Warren and Ralphi Rosario.