After two releases, 2005's Unframed and the 2006 EP Inspired, local R&B singer Margot B. has aimed squarely for the dance floor with her new full-length album, Two Thousand Mine. The 10-track CD, produced mainly by E. Dan at the ID Labs studios, includes the single "Havoc," produced by Juliano and featuring emcee Wiz Khalifa, and "Jungle Fever," produced by Josh Everette. (For a 2006 feature story on the early years of Khalifa and ID Labs, check out "Prince of the City.")
Including Margot's, Allmusic.com lists 190 recordings of songs called "Jungle Fever" — from which we conclude it's a pretty feverishly hot subject in pop music. While Margot's song insists that "Anyone can get jungle fever overnight," you can get it right here from CP, for free, in just a few seconds.
For more on Margot's latest efforts, look for the Signal to Noise column coming out on Thu., Aug. 6. You can also stream more tracks from Two Thousand Mine and view upcoming show info at Margot's Web site.
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