George Michael was not only a Pop icon, he also had an incursion into electronic dance music. Honestly, I began to like his music in the 2000s and I thought in the upcoming years he was supposed to continue his career with a new trendy album, but sadly he is no longer with us. The purpose of this article is to make clear that he secretly loved club music and there are two specific songs that were a hit in the dance music charts that you probably don’t remember…
His first attempt into electronic dance music was “Flawless (Go To The City)”, released in 2004. In those times, the use of the vocoder effect was the secret formula to make your song sound cool. Some time later, vocoders were highly criticized in music. Well, I think this is a futuristic dance song due to the robotic voice of George Michael and it’s also a truly timeless tune.
Next, I remember he continues with the electronic music genre with a song called “White Light” and produced in 2012. This one could be described as Electro Pop than dance music. “White Light” was inspired by Michael’s illness in late 2011 with pneumonia and somehow you can see how he recreates his tragic experience in the video below.
Tove Lo Creates Lyric Video For “Are U Gonna Tell Her?” — WATCH
These days anyone can create lyric videos to hook viewers on YouTube, especially artists as popular as Tove Lo.
These days anyone can create lyric videos to hook viewers on YouTube, especially artists as popular as Tove Lo. This Grammy-nominated talent just released cool visuals for “Are U Gonna Tell Her?” featuring Brazilian rapper MC Zaac. Most importantly, I think this is the first time she dares to experiment with hot Latin rhythms. In my opinion, this aspect makes a good match between her carefree vibes and fun/sexy personality. Moreover, if you would like to test your karaoke skills, then I will suggest you watch other previous clips like “Sweettalk My Heart” or “Really Don’t Like U”, this latter features the one and only, Kylie Minogue.
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See New Fabulous Video Of NINA’s “Automatic Call”
It’s impossible not to like NINA’s lovely vocals, 80s-tinged melodies, and emotive lyrics on “Automatic Call”.
It’s impossible not to like NINA‘s lovely vocals, 80s-tinged melodies, and emotive lyrics. “Automatic Call” is a fresh Electro-Pop tune that sounds as good as last year’s anthem “Sleepwalking”. The European singer continues to ride the wave of success and keeps the analog synth chords more relevant than ever before. Not for nothing, she has earned the title of Queen Of Synthwave lately. Contrary to the popular misconception, the way she uses retro aesthetics on her visuals is not a synonym with the past but with the future. If you’re into cutting-edge artists she’s the one to look out for.
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Video Premiere: Sam Sparro – Everything
The Australian singer keeps his soulful vocals in good condition on the newest single “Everything”.
I have been a big fan of Sam Sparro since the release of his 2008 worldwide hit “Black and Gold”. Eleven years have gone by, and the Australian singer keeps his soulful vocals in good condition on the newest single “Everything”. Clearly, he has chosen a sound that reminds us of the early 90s. At the same time, the music video has a vintage vibe to it.
The clip is something pretty funny to watch, plus, Sam’s queer friends will make you laugh. The good news is that this infectious song belongs to his upcoming album, ‘Boombox Eternal’, out on February 21st, 2020. So far, I know that the album’s concept focuses on the celebration of life, love and it’s also a declaration of joy. Can’t wait for it!
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Stop Wishing Edgy Music And Start Listening To ITSTALENTNIGHT
You may wonder what makes today’s music edgy. In my opinion, breaking the mold and transcending genre barriers are the key. Hailing from LA, ITSTALENTNIGHT approaches that fresh style by merging Hip-Hop and Electro-Pop sounds. Proof of this is their new single “We Are Who We Are”, featuring Shay J on vocals. Certainly, the rap verses also play an important role. As a result, we have a fun self-expression anthem that promotes individualism. What’s more, the message revolves around being yourself in a world that imposes limitations on your identity. With thoughtful and inspiring original songs coming our way, I think it is worth to keep an eye on them. Stream in full below.
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This Trippy Video Will Make You Realize What Is “The Real Nirvana” — WATCH
“The Real Nirvana” by Disco Volante is a song about the joys of nightclubbing and escapism. Taking this into account, there is no better way to represent its concept with a trippy video under psychedelic aesthetics. It is no wonder that the liberation of the mind can be also experienced on the dancefloor beneath colorful strobe lights. Indeed, movement meditation is linked to dancing. On the other hand, Disco Volante does not shelve his passion for synths, while lyrics incite us to groove and celebrate life. “The Real Nirvana” is the second single off his upcoming album, ‘The Last Days Of Disco Volante’. Stay tuned for more exciting news!
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