Shout out to our friends at FistInTheAir.com for featuring I.O.U.’s latest music video “Greatest Time Of My Life” off their debut album “The Soul & The Intellect” available now on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon MP3, and Beatport! You can read below what they had to say about the summer anthem, and make sure you press play on the video!
After making their FITA debut a few months back for their single “The Other Side Of Fear“, the recent Rutgers Graduates release visuals for “Greatest Time Of My Life”. This single is an ode to summer where the next chapter of their lives begins, as well as graduates everywhere. Don’t worry on what the future holds, focus on the now.
Kat DeLuna gracefully took the time to speak with Joonbug on her latest feature with The Bello Boys on “Last Call” and the Latin sensation is absolutely adorable. Just in time for the release of the Spanish version of “Last Call” within the interview speaks on her absence from the scene, her Latino fans, and what we can expect from here in the future. Below is an excerpt of the Joonbug interview which you can read in full here, and make sure you purchase “Last Call” on iTunes today!
We haven’t heard anything from you in a while – we’ve missed you! What have you been up to?
Joonbug! Everything is great, I have been in the lab creating and traveling. It’s been a long but fun process. Every time I thought I finished my album a bigger idea would come to mind and I’ll be back to square one. To me that’s amazing. I prefer waiting a while until I release an album because if it isn’t ready. I would hate putting out work without having my gut tell me “That’s the one!” My music is my child.
We see you’ve recently teamed up with The Bello Boys for their record, “Last Call.” How did that all come about?
Hollywood Hamilton (Sean Bello) and I are very good friends. We have always talked about doing something together. When he played me the song I said to him “We got one!” It made total sense this song, the sound, it definitely will make people get up and dance! I’m honored to be a part of this project.
We’ve heard that you and the Bello Boys have a Spanish version of “Last Call” coming out as well. Could you tell us a bit about your Spanish fan base and favorite Spanish territories?
After I finished the English version, we definitely thought we should record a Spanish version and specially because of my Dominican roots. To me it’s always important to have Spanish versions of any work I do. Although my music is considered pop/American, I always do a Spanish version to involve my Latino fans! They support me majorly! Latinos!
Sending over a big thank you to our friends over at GoodMusicAllDay.com for their feature on The Bello Boys & Kat DeLuna’s hit, “Last Call” (Dark Intensity Remix). Here’s what they had to say:
“The homie V-Man sent over this Dark Intensity remix of “Last Call” by The Bello Boys and Kat Deluna. I thought it was a weird song at first, but after listening to it more over the weekend I realized it’s a club banger. This remix brings me back to 2011 when EDM was exploding. At parties you’d hear international remixes like “Suavamente” and “Danza Kuduro” frequently and Dark Intensity’s Bello Boys remix contains a familiar vibe where you may not know the words but it’s still infectious and very dance-able. Stream Dark Intensity’s remix of “Last Call” by The Bello Boys featuring Kat Deluna and purchase the track out now on Radikal Records. Enjoy!”
You can check out the full post here, and get your copy of “Last Call” (Dark Intensity Remix) here.
“Last Call” by Kat DeLuna & Bello Boys has been featured on Muumuse.com! Here’s a bit of what they had to say:
“Kathleen “Kat” Emperatriz DeLuna, Kween of Klubs, literally does not know how to turn down. Turn down forWHAT? That’s what Kat would probably say. She doesn’t know the answer to that. Why? Because it’s still PARTY O’CLOCK.
Not since blessing us with her $150,000 dress-borrowing visual for “Wanna See U Dance” back in 2012 has Kat spiced up the pages of MuuMuse — but that DeLuna Dry Spell mercifully ends now.
Belgium’s favorite dance floor diva returns this month as a featured chanteuse on “Last Call,” a Latin-infused summer jam by NY/NJ-bred act, Bello Boys. (And yes, that is the very real and actual single art above, serving you Baby’s First 1994 MS Paint PC project realness. Could your faves?)
As is always the case in Kat’s world, the party is on the dance floor, and it’s time to turn the music up, pour up the drinks, get those hands up in the air and TURN THE FUCK UP: “Turn it up, don’t stop, live it up/No, this town ain’t big enough!” Kat declares above the sizzling House beats and sassy accordion sound. The vocal mix sort of makes it sound like she’s singing underwater, but it’s fine — IT’S A DELUNA BANGA!”
You can read the full post here, and remember to turn up those speakers and jam out to “Last Call,” below!
Bimbo Jones & Beverly Knight have joined Katy Perry and Miley Cyrus on the Billboard Dance Charts! You can give a listen to Looney B’s remix of the track below, and grab your download of “I Found Out” here!
Kat DeLuna has teamed up with The Bello Boys made up of brothers Tim and Tedd Bello and KC Anderson., to release their summer single “Last Call!” Included with the single, is an array of remixes by Dark Intensity, the Riddler, Liam Keegan, and JKGD.
Also keep an ear out for the track’s Spanish version, “Tu Vida,” out soon!
Salt Ashes “Somebody” (Satin Jackets Remix) has been featured on DancingAstronaut.com! Here’s what they had to say:
“German duo Tim Bernhardt and Den Ishu join the Dancing Astronaut airwaves as Satin Jackets, the indie dance stand outs responsible for a wide array of original hits and sterling remix outputs since their inception. On their contribution to The Radar, the pair piece together 12 tracks of early morning music, kicking things off on a mellow note with Bogdan Irkuk remix of “Lullaby for Robert” by Al Usher before unveiling a remix of the silky smooth “Never Without You,” from the hands of Domestic Technology. Things pick up a bit as the mix moves through an interesting array of cuts courtesy of Darius, Heion, Les Loups, Oxford and more, including the Jackets own remix of Salt Ashes “Somebody.” Combining tasty French touch, filter cut white noise, and sugar-coated synthwork, the duo delivers effortlessly in the lower BPM range, leaving behind a lush and relaxing hour of disco and indie dance offerings — fused with a touch of tropical sunrises.”
You can check out the rest of the post here, and grab your download of Salt Ashes “Somebody” (Satin Jackets Remix) here!
The lovely Ayah Marar stopped by the KTU Studio in NYC yesterday to speak with Hollywood Hamilton and Bartel! viagra tablets The Unstoppable Ayah is in the states for her first-ever US tour to promote her album, “The Real,” and will be hitting up venues all over the east coast until November 30th.