UK-based DJ/Producer James Tennant has an extensive pedigree in dance music and the club scene. He has owned and ran many club nights; and DJ’d to large crowds at parties around the country, before settling down to concentrate on studio work. There is a good chance that most clubbers, have at some point, danced to either his music or at one of his club nights.
Having been immersed in dance music in the 90’s, he forged a passion for this and continued to develop his expertise in production. After a hiatus to focus on other interests, James has returned to the field of dance music – working with vocalists and songwriters from around the world on his forthcoming album ‘Reach Up’. James has collaborated with a host of vocalists, songwriters and musicians from ten different countries around the world for the album – which will include both original house tracks, and remixes of classics reworked for 2019.
Earlier this summer, the lead single ‘Reach up higher’ was a big club hit on both sides of the Atlantic; making number one in the US DJ Pool charts for four weeks and number 12 on the UK Music Week Dance Chart. He has just released the follow-up; a reworking of the Tall Paul club anthem ‘Rock Da House’ – which was an enormous club hit in the mid-90’s, with the album set to drop in December.