Coming from a family of musicians, Fiona Kraft has always been surrounded by music. Since her debut single ‘Arenaz’ on Tinnit Music she has landed on the likes of Aluku, Blazer and Sudam Recordings. She has developed a distinctive style that blends an Afro house vibe with tight beats and has shared decks with Black Coffee, Miss Kittin, Guy Gerber and many more. As he new single ‘The Beat of Freedom’ drops on connected, DMCWorld goes back to mine with Fiona Kraft.

Manoo & Raoul K feat Ahmed Sosso – Toukan (Dixon rework)

To me this is one of the best afrotech tracks out there. A true African soul.

Toto – Africa

When I was young my father would play this song very often in his car. It’s stuck in my head forever. Thank you dad!

Foals – Late Night (Solomun Remix)

Perfect balance between the instrumental and the vocal. It’s a classic!

Angèle feat Romeo Elvis – Tout Oublier

I love the mood of this song so much and J’adore to listen Angèle when I’m driving.

Supertramp – The Logical Song

My parents used to play Supertramp a lot. I like the sound of the electric piano and synth, It’s one of my favorites.

Behrouz, Squire – Honey On My Lips

This record takes me on a journey. It’s perfection.

Angelos – Black Sheep

This track is something different. The Angelos’ style.

Junior Jack – Thrill Me

This music is certainly the one I danced the most to during my very first nights out in the club.

Dr Dre, Eminem – Forgot About Dre

In my teens I was a huge fan of Eminem. I was videotaping all his clips on TV and had all his albums.

Dave Amstrong – Make Your Move (Antoine Clamaran Remix)

I heard this track on my very first night out in a club. It was in the south of France. This is how I discovered house music.

Fiona Kraft ‘The Beat of Freedom’ is out now on connected.

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