Last August, Jessie Ware made a triumphant comeback with “Free Yourself.” The Disco anthem produced by Stuart Price carries an empowering message that encourages true liberation.
I really hope her upcoming fifth studio album embodies her brand new diva-esque personality. In fact, this single represents a new era for the artist herself.
Throughout “Free Yourself” she wants you to leave behind inhibitions in order to feel joyful. Moreover, the adrenaline-pumping melody and the piano keys combine to perfection the glamorous music video.
Without a doubt, her positive vibe is so contagious which makes dancing irresistible. Apart from that, I think the chorus deserves all the praise. Plus, she has a wonderful singing voice and I’m not going to discuss it with anyone.
To conclude, “Free Yourself” will prove the surge of funkiness every Disco fan craves.
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Get Your Feet Moving With This Funky Remix Of “Sex In Miami”
Kory Burns enlists Sean Finn for an uplifting and refreshing funky remix of “Sex In Miami.” Incredibly, the piano keys and new rhythm bring a unique and groovy element to the song.
Certainly, you can tell Sean Finn is taking the track to a whole different level. The original RnB version was released two years ago in partnership with Grammy-winning songwriter and producer Carlos Battey and Sean McMillion.
If you’re looking for a catchy tune to add to your playlist, this funky remix is a perfect choice.
The music video features the singer taking a ride in a convertible car under the colorful neon lights of the Magic City and just enjoying the moment in good company. It’s absolutely clear, these visuals capture the carefree and joyful spirit of the entire composition.
Without further ado, I really hope you like it as much as I do.
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The Shapeshifters And Adi Oasis Offer Present-Day Disco!
The Shapeshifters and Adi Oasis are a match made in heaven. Merging present-day Disco with extraordinary soulful vocals, “Tell Me It’s Not Over” sounds like a timeless classic already!
Of course, the talented genius behind this well-known project is Simon Marlin whose latest album, ‘Let Loose’ features 14 dancefloor fillers. Undoubtedly, the orchestral instrumentation gives such a great material an authentic feel, while setting a high standard in the music industry.
On the other hand, “Tell Me It’s Not Over” was co-written alongside New Yorker JKriv, and it’s infused with energy, passion, and spirit. Fortunately, the Disco genre never died, it still remains in underground circles and this gem constitutes a refreshing legacy.
Without further ado, this release is another brilliant addition to The Shapeshifters’ collection of outstanding present-day Disco that should not be missed. Stay tuned below.
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Get In A Groovy Mood With “Fall Tonight” By Justin Caruso
Justin Caruso delivers a song that is radio-friendly, danceable and has great instrumentation. “Fall Tonight” will put you in a groovy mood without delay, and the accompanying music video just makes it possible.
The Los Angeles-based producer brings so much joy to the world as “Fall Tonight” features a funky bassline, which is complementary to violins, synths, and, of course, the haunting female vocals of Tayla Parx.
In short, a modern Disco-Pop gem with a pinch of nostalgia. Who’s up for a singalong?…
Amazingly, Justin Caruso has been crafting melodies since the age of 14, encouraged by his authentic creativity. Over the years, performing at major festivals, such as Billboard Hot 100 Fest, EDC Las Vegas, and Moonrise Festival in Baltimore opened so many doors for his music career, and he’s still on a mission to break barriers.
With his latest single you can tell he balances the effervescent energy effortlessly. Furthermore, the lyrics exude a free–spirited youthful tone that will revitalize everyone’s hearts.
He offers what few can, the ability to merge upbeat, fun, and fresh beats while appealing to all generations. “Fall Tonight” is one of those tracks that resonate with a lot of people naturally.