When Disco was still turning us on, this track from Sister Sledge was pulling us all together and reminding us we really all are one!
His fingerprints are all over this surefire hit song! Nile Rodgers was burning up the airwaves and setting the beat across the dance spectrum as a core member of “CHIC” and he still found the time in 1979 to lay down the club anthem “We Are Family” with R&B sensations Sister Sledge.
The disco classic gets a fresh spin from the folks at Dirty Disco Music but there’s still only so much that can be done to improve on this gem of a dance floor favorite. Check out the video for the contemporary machination that is still getting everybody up to dance!
Maroon 5 share the stage with Cardi B and some of the most vibrant names and faces in popular culture to prove “Girls Like You” is a movement for the millennium!
It’s not about making a statement it’s about embracing the movement — the movement of music that is! Maroon 5 and lead singer Adam Levine have always maintained the profile that their music was meant to be influential. The band has often teamed up with some of the industry’s most talented acts to deliver on some chart topping hits. On their latest track “Girls Like You” the band and Levine especially, are inspired to spotlight some of the most daring women in recent popular culture. Teaming up with rap sensation Cardi B who lays down the tracks def rhymes, the hip-hop powerhouse is only one of the famous faces to make an appearance. Can you identify them all? Here’s a hint: there’s an olympiad, an Amazon and a Bronx bomber in the mix, just to cite a few!
Check out the video to Maroon 5 feat. Cardi B “Girls Like You” (The Dirty Disco Mainroom Remix) here:
The Dance Floor Diva DONNA SUMMER is celebrated in this Video Remix from our friends at Dirty Disco Music proving that the summer still belongs to the “original”!
Feeling DIRTY?! The remix provocateurs at Dirty Disco Music are putting the spotlight back on one of dance music’s most enduring divas with their most requested track from none other than Donna Summer. In a season that has seen few of the current leading ladies in music including Madonna, Lady Gaga, making much traction with the release of any new music (although there is some coming from both on the horizon), Donna Summer — whose career has been celebrated on Broadway — is still one of the most relevant voices on the radio!
Check out the video for their remix hit I Feel Dirty (Space City Remix) here:
Get set for the summer circuit season with this premiere offering from dance producer Rich B once again teaming up with Levi Kreis for a cover of the hit “I Can’t Go for That” — but you will!
The Tony Award-Winning Levi Kreis has always proven his incredible versatility as a performer and on the music charts. The talented singer/songwriter has celebrated Gospel, conquered R&B and of course proved his mettle on the Broadway stage. Kreis has also maintained a proven track record in pop sounds and even delivered on innovative dance hits that worked their way across the dance circuit season.
The artist has collaborated once again with dance music impresario Rich B for an uptempo reboot of the classic Hall & Oats hit “I Can’t Go for That” which makes absolute the greatest use of Kreis vocal prowess and range, and features some endurably fantastic production by Rich B, as well as some hearty EDM and House reimagined works from Lee Harris and Division 4 with Matt Consola. A more expansive remix package is also available on iTunes.
Levi Kreis and Rich B last worked on the hit remixes for the club favorite “So Much Better” and “Love Revolution” both from his 2013 album Imagine Paradise. Check out those remixes also available on iTunes.
On his most recent work the full-length album Liberated Kreis is front on center on what he has called some of his most personal works yet. Turning his own recent emotional turmoil into art, he exercises his privilege to bring his fans into his own world, sharing songs of uplifting eloquence and introspection. Liberated benefits from a beautifully eclectic production that has elements of pop, r&b and country swooning through its 12-song setlist.
With PRIDE Season in full-effect it’s time to crown the Queen of the Summer Anthem! “Turn It Up” by Kim Syms is just top of our charts
In the 90s Kim Syms joined a legion of artists that were climbing the pop charts as Dance and House music were securing their place in the mainstream. We all remember her hit track “Too Bling To See It” from her 1992 album of the same name. The saucy pop diva is back (not that she had gone anywhere) with a powerful new anthem “Turn It Up” which has been reimagined by the remix masters at Dirty Disco Music!
Check out the remixes here on SOUNDCLOUD and TURN IT UP!
When it was first released in 1983, musician David Bowie was in the midst of revolutionizing (again) his sound and image. It was the summer of MTV, the music video was changing the way we looked at music, and “Let’s Dance” was a commercial hit for the punk-scene innovator who had fashioned a persona and sound for himself unlike anything very seen or heard of in music. The album also featured “Modern Love” which became an instant anthem for the era. With his recent passing no doubt a void has been left in popular music, but his timeless hits still remain.
This remix of “Let’s Dance” by Dirty Disco Music proves that Bowie has still got the moves!