He has accustomed us to his summer hits year after year and this time he chooses not to let us dance alone. Shade, born Vito Ventura, calls his friend J-Ax and LTNM Squad and Enrico Brun to the production for a song with a Spanish mood and of sure impact. «Exactly one year ago I received a message from Ax complimenting me on my summer hit and telling me he’d love to do one together. After my signing with Sony, which is also his label, it came naturally to us to meet and write it », says the Piedmontese rapper about the birth of their collaboration. The change of the recording company a few months ago, from Warner to Sony precisely, the confirmation of being an exceptional lyricist who builds freestyle on loves that leave little room for courtship and where the boys are cowboys, show the first step of a new path. Puns, rap and pop come together again, uniting two voices and two generations that blend perfectly. “Ax was my first gig at 13, thinking about sharing the stage now is fantastic,” adds Shade, ready to sing it together all summer.
Urban, tropics, Caribbean. Italian, English, Spanish. Irama returns to make us dance in the summer with a new song that contains eight Pams in the title, a declaration of intent for a fast pace, a clear objective. She has to hit, with all the elements that have characterized her previous hits. After the success of his latest album the day I stopped thinking, the double platinum of Wherever you will be And 5 drops with Rkomi, the Monza singer-songwriter returns to the Latin style, confirms his talent in creating songs with an engaging rhythm, when here everything becomes much faster, electronic and sensual. Irama wants to take a step forward, after the experience in Miami, the city where he recorded some new songs together with the producers and authors of the Latin international scene, he evolves and shows his versatility. He doesn’t like to stand still and he doesn’t want the listener to stand still.
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Source: Vanity Fair