Miramar, FL artist, Jonathan Burkett AKA John Blake, is back with a brand new banging single – the Reggaeton influenced “Crush On You” ft. Tha Leerix, which is once again produced by the phenomenal Troyton Rami. In the interest of increasing his market share and his genetic footprint, Jonathan Burkett has decided to grow his brand and sink it deep into virgin territory like the Reggaeton one.
He positions himself for action, feels out the strategic gaps, and fills them with his acumen, forever keeping his eye on the back end. The guy’s a rainmaker.
Burkett enjoys bouncing his voice off the tropical beat, as he states: “Senorita let’s dance and have a good time cause you know I got a crush on you, no doubt.” “Crush On You” continues the musician’s experimentation with creatively pushing the envelope.
Burkett’s sonic attack is followed by an even more devastating lyric assault weapon, also housed in his head. This is a return to high energy, get on the dance floor, shake that thang, move it and groove it, get down and boogie dance club music with a strong Latin music influence.
Jonathan Burkett impressively combines club and dance music with his hip-hop rhyming in one music track, and comes away with a crossover winner. Like everything that he does this is a fantastic track. You might not have noticed yet, but Burkett is quietly becoming one of the most guaranteed ‘hit-makers’ in the underground business. He is getting ready to ride his distinctive voice and party-ready flow to the top.
Packed with nothing but bottom to top booty shaking rhythm, “Crush On You” is a lazy club DJ’s wet dream; just press play, stand back and watch the dance floor get crazier when this hits the speakers. The track takes the club bounce format and underpins it with a cinematic energy.
Over the past few years hip-hop has moved slowly but surely away from the streets and behind the velvet ropes, and with “Crush On You” ft. Tha Leerix, Jonathan Burkett has emerged as not only the independent leader of the movement but also its soundtrack.
“Crush On You” is a track full of hooks, Latino flavor, enthusiasm, and moments to make you want to move your hips. The song is made to make you party and has the potential to become a dance-floor anthem.