Need a distraction from the daily overdose of politics, mind games and Twitter bullying? We have a remedy for you: M.I.K.E. Push & Rama Duke’s rock-solid dance track “Frozen,” which is making its world premiere on Pauseandplay.com.
M.I.K.E. Push (aka Belgian-born, NYC-based Mike Dierickx) provides the pulsating beats and slick production, while Rama Duke has the vocal prowess of a young Donna Summer. It’s the first single off Push’s new album, “Together We Rule the World” (Mostiko).
“When I was working on the Push album, I came across Rama Duke’s voice and I was really happy to work together on this record,” Push says, “because it just fit right into what I had in mind for it. She’s really talented!”
The feeling is mutual for the L.A.-based Duke.
“When Push sent me this song, I was immediately drawn to it,” she says. “I would say this song is trance and uplifting with a progressive touch, paired with my dark, ominous and urgent vocal, lyric and melody. A perfect marriage for me!”
You can also hear it here:
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