French DJs and producers Jidax teamed up with Enzo Darren and US vocalist Chester Rushing to drop “Paint The World,” a progressive house gem premiered on Tiesto’s Club Life podcast a few months back, and officially released in the US this week via Radikal Records, along with remixes by Lush & Simon and Dirty Rush & Gregor Es. If you’ve been looking for a follow up to Swedish House Mafia ever since they broke up, “Paint The World” is just that: epic vocals, a powerful production, and a positive message. This is a must listen and a must download, I guarantee it!
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“Paint The World,” an inspirational club track with an uplifting vocal melody is the result of a collaboration between some familiar and up-and-coming names in EDM.
At a time of constant thunder for the ranks of EDM, Jidax have let their spotless arsenal of peak time crowd pleasers do all the talking. Coined as the “French Phenomenon” courtesy of their consistent releases and taken under the wing of superstar DJ turned mentor Steve Aoki, support from Tiesto, Afrojack and Thomas Gold alike has heralded that for all their youthful exuberance, the young Parisian duo has set a new precedent in the audacity modern electro can breath into the equation of modern dance music.
Enzo Darren is one of the most up-and-coming EDM artists of his generation. His signature sound, based on catchy melodies and heavy beats, gives his music a unique imprint. Supported by the world’s biggest DJs and producers including Nicky Romero, Tiesto, W&W and Dada Life, he has signed several successful releases on Ferry Corsten’s label Flashover Recordings. He often hits Beatport Progressive House Top 100. In early 2013 he obtained the Swedish Platinum Award for collaborating as remixer on the track ‘Dance Our Tears Away’ by John De Sohn. Enzo Darren represents, without doubt, the new face of the french house music scene.
Chester Rushing is a young, American singer songwriter who’s hot on the heels of super-stardom. “Paint The World” is his first offering into the EDM genre, but perhaps not his last.
The single package is rounded off with two remixes from Lush & Simon and Dirty Rush & Gregor Es.