The debut release in Serato’s new collaborative vinyl series, with music on one side and the Serato Control tone on the b-side. For working DJ’s this is a no brainer – they obviously need Serato Control records, and they can use the music side for switching over with other djs or as a failsafe backup. Serato users have bought so many replacement Control records that it has become the largest selling vinyl release (of any) in the last 14 years. Why not have an extra special set with music on the other side? Plus it’s on exclusive pink vinyl! (Check ebay, these colored Serato records have been going for $$).
“Get Off” also represents the first collab between DIPLO and BLAQSTARR, with BLAQ laying down a subtly sexed up lyric over one of DIPLO’s signature dancefloor beats. Doesn’t sound like anything else out there. You also get a Baltimore Club-style remix from upcoming Chicago producer DJ ROB3 (of Brick Bandits and Ghetto Division), and a DIPLO “Bonus Beats” version that might be even better than the original.
Originally released on Jan 20, 2009.