Kim Petras has released a remix of her powerhouse pop anthem “Can’t Do Better.” Reimagined by DJ and producer Justin Caruso, “Can’t Do Better – Justin Caruso Remix” mixes glittering beats into the original and dials up the bass to guarantee listeners are dancing as much as they are singing along.
“Always been a big fan of Kim Petras so I was excited to have the opportunity to spice up this song with some new dance vibes!” said Justin Caruso on the collaboration. “Get ready to feel like Lionel Richie ’cause you’ll dance to this all night long.”
Indian DJ and producer Aerreo is back with his new dance-pop anthem ‘Unforgettable’ ft. NEIMY & NSH, out now on Hardwell’s new Revealed Recordings sub-label Gemstone Records. The track features Aerreo’s state-of-the-art production combined with the dulcet tones of Swedish singer/songwriter NEIMY and vocalist NSH.
Aerreo announced his presence in the dance music scene as the two-time winner of the Sunburn DJ competition and has since become a rising star, with his last release ‘Speed of Sound’ hitting 1 million streams on Spotify. The Indian-born, London-based DJ has played at renowned clubs and festivals around the world, such as Ministry of Sound and Ultra Music Festival, with his music being supported by some of the biggest DJs and names in the industry.
Global music superstar and fashion icon INNA, who has over 3.7 billion views on YouTube and is internationally known for her collaborations with Flo-Rida, Pitbull, and J Balvin amongst others, releases her newest single RA on Jay-Z’s label ROC NATION, accompanied by a mesmerizing music video.
RA is the first single of the singer/songwriter’s Spanish speaking forthcoming album; YO (ME). Written solely by INNA, the song portrays her inner emotions and symbolizes the moment she finds her true self as a music artist and a woman.
“Letters” is Casii Stephan’s foot-stomping, hand-clapping response to the frustration of dating in the digital age. “It’s difficult having a lot of small talk, trying to connect with someone, but nothing happens,” explains Stephan. “Instead you get hellos, silence, and ghosting. Some days a meaningful conversation with someone of the opposite sex feels like a dream. So, with the hope that maybe one day that will change, I just keep writing letters…” The track was recorded, produced, and mastered in Tulsa at Buffalo Hide Mastering, and mixed in Memphis.
Stephan moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma in 2014 with the intent to give up her pursuit of a music career. However, in 2016, she released a single, “I Like The Way,” which won an Independent Music Award for “Best Love Song.” In early 2017, she was named “One of nine Oklahoma musicians to watch” by the Tulsa World Magazine. Stephan also performed at MisFEST (short for Music is She), Tulsa’s first female-driven music festival that she helped found and produce. She was recently featured in American Songwriter Magazine as one of the artists contributing to making Oklahoma “the next big music scene.”
Across four bass-centric bangers, Bear Grillz proves why he’s the wildest animal in the park on his Dim Mak EP TOO LOUD. Opening with “INVINCIBLE,” the Colorado producer stands tall and fearless, powering up before the powerful melodic vocal drops.
Immediately following, Bear Grillz cranks the volume to extreme frequencies on the neck-breaking title track. Notorious content creator Blake Webber joins him on the aerial-themed “TAKE OFF,” which sees him release an unrelinquishing blitz of bass into the wild. Before heading back into hibernation, Bear Grillz leaves listeners with a touch of melody on the trap-flavored “DIP IT.”
Three weeks after the single release of ‘Say My Name’, David Guetta, J Balvin and Bebe Rexha are now releasing the spectacular music video for the track. The colorful and sexy music video fits perfectly with the Latin-influenced sound of the track and features all three artists. Directed by Hannah Lux Davis, who worked with Guetta before on music videos for ‘Don’t Leave Me Alone’ and ‘Hey Mama’ and directed music videos for artists like Ariana Grande, Halsey, Demi Lovato, and Lil Wayne.
The powerful metaphor in the lyrics is displayed with avant-garde statement visuals around the themes of fire, water, earth, and air.