Jax Jones, frequent collaborator with the Blasé Boys Club camp, gives pleasant vibes on "You Don't Know Me."
Sampling Booka Shade's "Body Language" and mashing it up with the island vibe vocals of Raye, Jax Jones has crafted a pleasurable, upbeat piece of UK pop with immeasurable remix potential. The driving force, a soft series of bass notes paired with cheery woodblock and drum patterns, gives the edit some wonderful drive while complementing the club ready vocal. In a lot of ways, the track feels like early Calvin Harris before he sold his soul for the main stage at music festivals.
By that, I mean it's poppy, fun, and not outrageously serious.
It's as if Jax Jones, digging deep for something which simply feels right for feeling sexy and flirty on the dancefloor, stumbled on the vibe in a moment of phenomenal clarity and was like, "Dude - this is sick. Yes." The appeal of "You Don't Know Me" is insane - and it's guaranteed to be stuck in your head for hours.