Mousse T.

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Genre House, dance, electronic, pop, german

Mousse T., real name Mustafa Gündogdu (born October 2, 1966, in Hagen, Germany), is a DJ and producer specializing in house music. He is perhaps best known for his collaboration with Tom Jones, "Sex Bomb", released on the album Reload.
One of the first producers of house music in Germany, alongside contemporaries Boris Dlugosch, DJ Tonka and Ian Pooley, Mousse T. began his career in 1990 as keyboard player for a small band known as Fun Key B. At the same time, he set up his own recording studio and began DJing in the city of Hannover. Besides working on his own productions, usually with partners Errol Renalls and Boris Dlugosch, Mousse T. also wrote and producer tracks for other artists. In 1993, he founded, along with Renalls, Peppermint Jam Records, a label specializing in uplifting house music and melodic acid jazz.

His garage house track "Horny '98" featuring Hot 'n' Juicy (Emma Lanford & Inaya Day) on vocals reached the top of the Billboard dance charts in the late 1990s. His first album, Gourmet de Funk, was released in 2001, and it was notorious for featuring only jazz music, and no house tracks. In 2004, he entered the UK Single Chart with his song "Is It 'Cos I'm Cool?", which is featured on his second album, All Nite Madness, released in 2004.


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Mousse T., real name Mustafa Gündogdu (born October 2, 1966, in Hagen, Germany), is a DJ and producer specializing in house music. He is perhaps best known for his collaboration with Tom Jones, "Sex Bomb", released on the album Reload.
One of the first producers of house music in Germany, alongside contemporaries Boris Dlugosch, DJ Tonka and Ian Pooley, Mousse T. began his career in 1990 as keyboard player for a small band known as Fun Key B. At the same time, he set up his own recording studio and began DJing in the city of Hannover. Besides working on his own productions, usually with partners Errol Renalls and Boris Dlugosch, Mousse T. also wrote and producer tracks for other artists. In 1993, he founded, along with Renalls, Peppermint Jam Records, a label specializing in uplifting house music and melodic acid jazz.

His garage house track "Horny '98" featuring Hot 'n' Juicy (Emma Lanford & Inaya Day) on vocals reached the top of the Billboard dance charts in the late 1990s. His first album, Gourmet de Funk, was released in 2001, and it was notorious for featuring only jazz music, and no house tracks. In 2004, he entered the UK Single Chart with his song "Is It 'Cos I'm Cool?", which is featured on his second album, All Nite Madness, released in 2004.


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Top Tracks

Horny 1

Horny

Right about now 2

Right about now

Is it 'Cos I'm Cool 3

Is it 'Cos I'm Cool

Gourmet de Funk 4

Gourmet de Funk

Pop Muzak (Ian Pooley Radio Edit) 5

Pop Muzak (Ian Pooley Radio Edit)

Horny '98 6

Horny '98

Fire 7

Fire

Pop Muzak 8

Pop Muzak

Horny - Mousse T.'s Extended Mix 9

Horny - Mousse T.'s Extended Mix

Is It 'Cos I'm Cool? 10

Is It 'Cos I'm Cool?

Top Albums

Gourmet de Funk
Gourmet de Funk
tracks
All Night Madness
All Night Madness
tracks
All Nite Madness
All Nite Madness
tracks

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