Enigmatic artist Salvatore Ganacci has unveiled his long-awaited debut album Culturally Appropriate and here is a little taste of what to expect.
A 15-track LP, Culturally Appropriate is Ganacci’s largest and most complete body of work to date. Weaving in a variety of influences stemming from his childhood and his later turn as a world touring artist, Culturally Appropriate is a melting pot of high-energy house, self-deprecating comedy, and irresistible harmonies. The project is characterised by a slew of star-studded collaborations, including Berlin’s iconic dj producer Butch on “Siki Siki Baba” and Theophilus London on “Ive Done My Own Research”.
Culturally Appropriate follows his October release of ‘Take Me To America’, which samples the song “USA” by Dubioza Kolektiv and the vibrant disco house jam ‘Let You Do This’, a joint release with Swedish House Mafia icons Sebastian Ingrosso and Steve Angello recording under their Buy Now alias. The album also features additional collabs with Poo Bear, Mapei, Jo Mersa Marley, Walshy Fire and Jimmy Somerville ( Bronski Beat, The Communards).
Without a doubt, Salvatore Ganacci’s landmark debut album, Culturally Appropriate is a show-stopping tour de force.