Under The Sun. Ida Corr and Shaggy.

Meet the supremely talented R&B/Dance vocalist Ida Corr. She is not just another pretty face. This Denmark native of Gambian and Danish ancestry became an international star when her 2007 single “Let Me Think About It” conquered dancefloors and charts all over the world. The song was remixed by DJ/Producer Fedde Le Grande and became the most played song on BBC Radio 1 and was number one of the US Billboard Dance Charts.

Now, Radikal Records announces the release of “Under The Sun”, a breakout single from vocalist Ida Corr. Her voice is both soulful and uplifting and are perfectly blended with Dance-Hall influences, giving the song massive pop appeal. Grammy winning Jamaican artist Shaggy, best known for his singles “Boombastic” and “It Wasnt Me”, lends a flirtatious, tongue-in-cheek rap to “Under The Sun”.

While the dreamy, Caribbean rhythm of “Under The Sun” has been transformed with a versatile collection of remixes from the likes of Jason Gault, Cut Up Boys, and Michael Kaye remixes deliver House and Electro renditions, where The Out Of Sight Mix, Dave Lambert & Housetrap Remix , and Lenny Ibizarre Remix take a different approach, incorporating elements of Deep House and Chill-Out. It is an eclectic package that has a mix for every mood but by far my favourite is the Jason Gault remix. Have a listen and I’m sure you’ll agree!


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