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‘Dance 4 Me’

Acclaimed Swiss house DJ/Producer and Purple Music label boss Jamie Lewis unleashes the first of two very exciting new singles on the label from the superstar phenomenon, PRINCE.  ‘Dance 4 Me’ carries that original Prince-funk style that we all know and love and comes packaged with a selection of hot dance remixes.

Without needing much of an introduction, Prince Rogers Nelson is without a doubt one of the major global superstars of a musical generation. He’s a man who plays over 26 instruments and has roughly 1000 unreleased songs at his first class Paisley Park Analog Studio in Minneapolis. During the 80′s, along with luminaries Michael Jackson and Madonna, he breathed life into the world music scene with smash hits such as ‘Kiss’ and ‘Purple Rain’. Prince has gone on to produce thirty Top 40 singles, ten platinum albums – selling over 90 million copies, earning him seven Grammys! With each album Prince released, he demonstrated growth and musical diversity, constantly experimenting with different sounds, textures and genres. Whilst touring in Europe earlier in the year his management company considered making some new collaborations with an independent record label. After a meeting with Purple Music at the offices in Switzerland, both parties discovered a shared taste in music and ideas and a strong bond was soon established. ‘Dance 4 Me’ is the first of 2 singles to come out through Purple Music. The second release will be due in February with a song called ’2 Nite’ by Bria Valente – a Minneapolis upcoming Prince protégé produced by the man himself.

‘Dance 4 Me’ will be released Worldwide as Limited Edition picture Disc, Vinyl, CD Single and Digital Download on 23rd January on Purple Music (CH)

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