Jake Shears, the lead singer of the Scissor Sisters has just launched his solo career. Beyond that, everybody is happy to know his debut album is arriving on August 10th. With the release of the first single, “Creep City”, he brings a first taste of what we can expect with this new material. In my opinion, “Creep City” reminds me of ABBA, but at the same time, it feels like a song from a Broadway musical. In fact, the music video was filmed at a small theatre in New Orleans, which looks fantastic. Honestly, I don’t know why I am addicted to it. Perhaps, Jake’s energy is contagious, but the truth is that he offers something quite different and very personal. There’s no doubt, you’ll love it!
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Let The Disco Ball Light Up Your Night, Cerrone Drops A Remix!
Prepare to be transported back to the golden age of Disco as Cerrone teams up with Mercer and Brendan Reilly for an electrifying new remix of “The Only One.” And let the disco ball light up your night while this powerhouse trio takes the dancefloor by storm!
Known for his funky beats and iconic sound, Cerrone has been at the forefront of the dance music scene for decades in his natal France, and abroad. From his early beginnings in the 70s to his current status as an international legend, the 70-year-old artist has been delivering hit after hit, and his latest remix is no exception.
So turn up the volume, put on your dancing shoes, and experience a whirlwind of excitement and energy.
It’s incredible to see how the colorful visuals, the bass, the drums, and the prominent guitar sounds come together in perfect harmony. Undoubtedly, the vibrant atmosphere will leave you feeling uplifted.
At the end of the day, that’s exactly the purpose of the music playing under a disco ball.
To sum up, this remix of “The Only One” is an unforgettable experience.
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Sam Smith’s Gayest Song Ever Is Here, Watch This Video!
Let’s celebrate Sam Smith‘s authenticity, and stand in support of the LGBTQ+ community. Watch immediately the music video for the gayest song ever, “I’m Not Here To Make Friends ” produced by Calvin Harris.
From the electrifying Disco beats to the catchy lyrics, “I’m Not Here To Make Friends” is the ultimate anthem for those who dare to be different and want to find a stable relationship. No doubt, Sam Smith’s soulful voice, and charismatic performance bring the message of this track to life.
Believe it or not, the eye-catching visuals have sparked controversy, however, the queer artist is standing up for the clip, pointing out the double standard in how sexually charged content made by women is often not met with the same level of criticism.
Despite facing hate on the Internet, the gayest song ever, “I’m Not Here To Make Friends,” is quickly gaining popularity. I’m sure the upbeat tempo and its inspiring verses will put a smile on your face during the rest of the day.
Undeniably, Sam Smith understands the freeing power of music creation. Personally, I admire how his art is challenging the beliefs of close-minded bigots. What do you think?…
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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.