Matt Warren “How Do I Love Thee” ft Pepper Gomez – official music video
How Do I Love Thee” featuring Pepper Gomez is the second single from Matt Warren’s new album, ‘Music Is My Life,’ and is a stellar reimagining of Queen Latifah’s original track. All Hail The Queen! The video filmed by our Detroit Video Guru, ACRONYM, features a lovely array of Detroit beauties and will get you movie’ and shakin’ – and begging for more! Wake Up! Music says Peace and Love World – so this official video and song release is Valentine’s Day February 14, 2019. The world renowned DJ Ralphi Rosario is working his remix magic on this one, too.
Always something exciting going on at Wake Up! Music (wakeupmusicgroup.com) – the Home of Nu Music the Home of Nu House.
Music Is My Life is superb, thrumming with powerful dance grooves and innovative layers of contagious textured savors. Nu House music will definitely get you up and dancing.” – Randall Radic, Tattoo
“Warren returns to the house scene with this breakthrough record that is the first ever Nu House album. Music Is My Life promises to be groundbreaking with mixes that blend in organic instrumentation with electronic beats.” – My Nguyen, Stars and Celebs“
Get On Up is another song that is easy to imagine filling dance floors at home and internationally, aided with stellar vocals by high flying dance soul diva Ms. Janis McGee. She really accentuates the positive and eliminates the negative, with her performance on this one It is always nice when an artist/producer releases a new project after a long storied career and the new project adds to that legacy. I can think of no better example of this in House Music than Music is My Life by Matt Warren.” – Arnold Cole, BuzzFeed
“Overall this is a solid release. It cannot even be classified as a return to form. Matt Warren has produced great house music at high level since the 1980’s. This is another in a long line of releases that will get people dancing just as Rock It did when it was released. And that is all good.” – Darrell Murray, Medium
“‘Music Is My Life’ is an 11-track album featuring 11 collaborators, vocalists, and musicians that Matt Warren has worked with in the past that help drive the messages and vibes found throughout ‘Music Is My Life’. Described as the first ever Nu House album, Warren expects to take the dance music industry by storm with his soulful house tracks, sultry basslines, and standout vocals.” – Johnathan Wan, Global Dance Electronic
“Music Is My Life is a landmark album that is about to become part of house music’s history. This is nothing new for Matt Warren who released his debut single in 1984, and over the next few years, made history as one the pioneers of Chicago House made history. Now Matt Warren and the multitalented group of musicians and vocalists who recorded Music Is My Life are about to make history all over again. Fittingly, Music Is My Life was recorded in Chicago, where it all began for him in 1985.”– Derek Anderson, Derek’s Music Blog
“I heard the remake of Bang The Box and in my mind I was already putting my drink and purse on the floor and starting to groove. There is a lot of music to praise on Matt Warren’s Music Is My Life. I liked Musica Es Mi Vida featuring homegirl Pepper Gomez. Hearing Get On Up for the first time made me want to get on up and dance until my heels hurt. It is an impressive addition to any already impressive career. Warren has done it all, selling over 50,000 records of a song independently and touring Europe with sought after residencies. Releasing this new collection that he conceived, all the while engineering, recording, and producing one of the best house records released in over a decade is welcome and needed.” – Kay Kinta, Bored Panda
“Music is My Life (Wake Up! Music https://www.wakeupmusicgroup.com/ ) is a new album by a heritage artist called Matt Warren. It is one of the best sounding dance albums this spinner has heard in a long time. So many artists do not do anything new. This album sounds so new and so fresh, they and I are calling it the Nu House album of the year. ” – DJ Say-Hey