Acosta Park, who owns the famous Penthouse Recording Studios, located atop Quad Studios Times Square in New York City, described the crazy experience of putting his new song together and explains how an intimate moment with his girlfriend ended up making the final cut of his upcoming album.
Talking to The Blast, Acosta Park explained that along with owning a legit recording studio, he also has a studio inside his bedroom and got some inspiration to use his vocals during a lovemaking session with a girl he was seeing at the time.
“It was recorded in my bedroom while having sex the girl kept hitting the record button when I had her doggy style,” he describes.
Park says the moment helped him hit the high notes and he loved the end result, so the vocals made the final recording of “Ain’t Nobody.”
Chaka Khan first released “Ain’t Nobody” on November 4, 1983, on their live album, “Stompin’ at the Savoy.”
Explaining why it was important to remake the song, Acosta Park explained:
“I showcase my romantic side on this record. It’s a feel-good record for all ages. First verse and chorus I flipped the Chaka Khan song in Spanish and on the Second verse I wrote an original verse to give it a new flavor. I grew up listening to Chaka Khan my mom had this song on repeat every morning.”
Acosta Park’s version of “Ain’t Nobody” drops April 23, produced by Swedish producer Alex R and mixed by Bret Beats out of Athens, Greece, it will be available on all platforms.
Park will be releasing “Ain’t Nobody,” and another single, “Perfecta,” along with his entire album, “Acosta Park: The Takeover,” with music exec Scotty Stylin’s Run It Up Records.