Amassing over 300 million Spotify streams, New York City’s Black Caviar has been solidified in the dance music world with genre bending music to fans across the globe. The duo’s hard to categorize style comes from a wide spectrum of influences from Chicago house, New York City hip hop and Latin rhythms. With releases on Republic, Toolroom, Big Beat, Defected, Nervous, Heldeep, Dim Mak and Spinnin, Black Caviar’s Grammy-nominated gold-certified track “What’s Up Danger” with Blackway was featured on the ‘Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse’ Soundtrack.
Their upwards trajectory continues with their latest single “Beat Goes On“, featuring a fantastic vocal performance from Lee Wilson. This song has summertime vibes infused all over, with bubbly melodies and an insatiable groove that can’t help but make you want to be dancing on a beach listening to this.
Here’s what Black Caviar had to say about it:
“We sent Lee Wilson over a few song ideas to check out and he hit us back with this idea which we instantly loved. It was the perfect vibe for hope coming out of the tough time we all went through together over the past 2 years. Hope that after the rain pours, the sun comes out… and the beat goes on!”