DJ Ron from Notable Dance featured Bimbo Jones & Beverley Knight’s “I Found Out” as song of the day, and also gave a stellar review for their just released album “Go Naked” which features Kristin W, Ida Corr, Sergio Mendes and many more! The album is currently up on Beatport and iTunes for purchase so make sure you get that today! You can read an excerpt of what Notable Dance had to say about the single and album below, and make sure you check out the rest of the article here:
“….Joining the previously released “Everything That I Got” (with Kristine W) and “See U Later/Questions” (with Ida Corr), “I Found Out” highlights the focus of their album – classically talented and big voices singing full-on songs over electro – something which is actually quite rare in the genre. With additional songs by Angie Brown, Blake Lewis, Debra Andrews, Sergio Mendes, and four powerhouse workouts by Katherine Ellis, ‘Go Naked’ is a must have for any lover of vocal dance music.”
Bimbo Jones’ much anticipated album “Go Naked” is scheduled for release Tuesday April 8th! The project includes singles “Everything That I Got” featuring Kristine W and “See You Later” featuring Ida Corr. Other legendary features on the album includes Cyko Logic, Katherine Ellis, Angie Brown and Latin Grammy winner Sergio Mendes. Make sure you purchase the pre-sale on iTunes today here, and stream “I Found Out” with Beverley Knight below.
In 2007 singer Ida Corr conquered dance floors and charts all over the world with her single “Let Me Think About It”, remixed by Fedde Le Grand. It became the most successful single of a Danish artist after Aqua and Infernal. Most people know her probably for this big hit. But how did it start with Ida’s career?
Ida Corr was born to a Danish mother and a Gambian father in Aarhus, the second largest town of Denmark. She was raised in a home filled with music. Her father – a musician – jammed a lot with his friends. She started out drumming at six, formed her own band at nine, performing soul classics by James Brown and Aretha Franklin on the streets of Aarhus. At the age of eleven her band won the very first National Danish Radio Song contest for Children.
From then on there was no other path for Ida Corr than the path of music. Over the next years she developed her singing talent and built up her career as a performer, by becoming one of the most popular backing vocals in Danish music.
Ida Corr Feat. Shaggy – Under The Sun by Radikal Records
Dancehall World is a go-to destination for the newest releases in dancehall, reggae, soca, riddims, mixtapes, and music videos. The Caribbean rhythms of Ida Corr’s single “Under The Sun” were recently featured in Dancehall World along with the remixes from Michael Kaye, Frank Lamboy, Jason Gault, and Cut Up Boys. Continue reading for the full article. Read more…
Ida Corr’s hit single Let Me Think About It captivated dance music lovers around the world and catapulted her to the top of the international dance charts. Now, her single Under The Sun proves Corr is not just a flash in the pan. Check out her beautiful vocals in a live performance of the single below. If you would like purchase or stream additional remixes of Under The Sun featuring Shaggy visit: http://www.radikal.com/2012/01/10/ida-corr-featuring-shaggy-under-the-sun/
Musical Mover is a South African music blog created by Gabi Goldberg. The blogs aim is to keep followers up to date with the latest gigs, reviews, interviews and music news from the international scene. Musical Mover recently featured Ida Corr’s new dance release of Under The Sun featuring Shaggy. The blog also cites The Jason Gault remix as it’s favorite. Continue reading for the full article. Ida Corr Feat. Shaggy – Under The Sun (Jason Gault Remix) by Radikal Records