DJ Power’s Fly So High single with Machel Montano and Kardinall Offishall to be marketed at 2012 Grammy Awards [Audio/News]
New York, NY – DJ Power’s current single “Fly So High” with Soca superstar Machel Montano and rapper Kardinal Offishall will be marketed at the upcoming Grammy awards Feb. 12th in Los Angeles. The single which has been getting rave reviews since it’s release will be featured as part of an ad campaign for music software company Max Sound. The ad and cd will be attached to the inside front cover of the official Grammy brochure and given to all 12,000 Grammy attendees. “Max Sound mastered the ‘Fly So High’ record and brought amazing sound quality to the project. Their HD process is crazy, it’s gonna change the game!”, states DJ Power, who is originally from Toronto.
The creators of Max Sound HD technology were responsible for Midi for Korg and the world’s first Surround sound system for Hughes aircraft. The “Fly So High” single has been steadily gaining momentum receiving thousands of views and spins and a video will be shot later this month.
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About Fly So High
“Fly So High” was written by Machel Montano, Peter “Wildfire” Noel and Kardinal Offishall and produced by Badnuz, Pops and Power. Expect more from this trio as they have been busy crafting more tracks for DJ Power’s upcoming album which besides “Fly So High” will also feature many collaborations with artists including Kalenna Harper (Diddy Dirty Money) and the track “Makeup” with Vybz Kartel recorded just days before his arrest. “Fly So High” will also be featured on Machel Montano’s upcoming album to be released later this year. “Machel’s an amazing songwriter, singer and performer and we wanted to bring this sound to the world, Kardi’s verse is icing on the cake and only adds more power to this monster track”, states Power.The track is available on the Starline music label and distributed to iTunes, Beatport, Amazon and more.
About DJ Power
Dj Power became famous for his Soul Controllers mash-up mixtape compilations and remixes fusing reggae/dancehall and soca music with hip-hop, house and electro earning him a coveted Justo’s mixtape award. His remixes and compilations have been featured in such publications as the NY Times and played by DJs around the world including his work on Mims’ “This Is Why I’m Hot” remix featuring Baby Cham and Junior Reid — and also his remix to World Cup anthem K’naan’s “Waving Flag.” DJ Power is a Toronto native with a Trinidadian background. In 2004, he relocated to Brooklyn, New York. For more info visit http://www.DJPowerMusic.com.
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