The Beatport Top 100 is often an interesting resource to find new and different music. Being that the only people who really use Beatport like they should are DJ’s and producers who need the highest quality tunes (and respect the amount of work that goes into producing them, not wanting to slight the artist), the Top 100 is often a good way of determining of the preferences of people who really know what is hitting right now. The other way you could look at it is that people are willing to spend their hard-earned money on buying these tracks instead of just running a quick Google search in an effort to pirate it so logic would follow that it’s worth every penny. And while the top 100 often is home to many new producers and tracks that most casual listeners wouldn’t recognize, it’s rare that the top 10 or, in this case, the number one spot is occupied by such a track. Coming out in front of “Reload” and “Iron”, singles from some of the biggest names in dance music, is a mellow, deep house track coming off a 7-track compilation album from German independent label Kittball Records. The track is deep and emotional, evoking a profound response through its pounding bass and reverberating vocals: baby, all I wanna do is love you. Maybe deep house isn’t as misunderstood as the mainstream would have you believe. You be the judge.