DJ, producer and singer, Hanna Haïs shares her deep experience of house music in a PAM Club rich in Afro-house and Afro-tech gems.
Born into a family of artists and singers, Hanna Haïs was brought up on the classics of American soul. She in turn took the microphone to transpose this heritage into the world of house music, a genre she has been elegantly flying over since the early 2000s. It was by singing in French on the productions of legendary artists such as Larry Heard and Ralf Gum that the Parisian achieved global success, seducing clubbers the world over with her album Rosanova, released in 2005. In 2007, she moved into DJing, and two years later released Love Paradise, a second album that was more dancefloor-oriented but just as refined. She turned a corner in 2015, sharing her vision of the future of house music on 2071, an album more than ever influenced by Africa. Always well surrounded, she works with the likes of Boddhi Satva and Matthias Heilbronn, and stands out in a duet with Guinean singer Aminata Kouyaté. In parallel, the hyperactive Hanna has released over 70 singles and remixes for prestigious labels such as Defected, Distance, MoBlack and, more recently, Seres Produções. 100% dancefloor-friendly, this PAM Club also celebrates the release of the remix of her iconic anthem “Rosa Nova”!
DJ Merlon & Enoo Napa – Lavitate
Leo Guardo & Andiswa – Sebenza (Saint Evo Remix)
Celestial Soul & Knight Warriors – Midnight
Nelo HD – Tokyo
Dj Merlon & Enoo Napa – Two Zulu Men in Ibiza
Morda, Vanco, Xelimpil – Xele
Candy Man (SA) – Paranormal
Hanna Haïs – Zuwa
Martin HERRS – Yymy (Clémente remix)
Saint Evo – Timéo
Caiiro – Shake Shake