Three worldwide music sensations – Kazakhstan’s Imanbek, Jamaica’s Sean Paul, and Mexico’s Sofia Reyes – workforce up for ‘Dancing On Dangerous,’ a music that brings a complete new vibe.
“Ready with the crazy love / It ain’t strange to us / Dancin’ on dangerous,” sings Sean Paul at first of the brand new collab with Sofia Reyes and DJ Imanbek. From there, “Dancing on Dangerous” delivers a two-minute journey to the most popular membership in your city. Sean delivers his trademark circulation in opposition to Imanbek’s manufacturing, pausing to permit Sofia to sweetly serenade the hook. “We’re dancing on dangerous / skipping on a wire / dancing on dangerous / fooling with the fire.”
“I’m beyond grateful for this opportunity!” Sofia shares with HollywoodLife. “It’s a dream to have a song with Sean Paul and Imanbek. It’s a different vibe of what I normally do with my music and I love that!”
“Dancing On Dangerous was co-written between Imanbek and Sean Paul, along with other songwriters. The song continues the 20-year-old Kazakhstan native’s streak of working with some of the biggest names, like David Guetta and Rita Ora (“Big”), Marshmello and Usher (“Too Much”), and extra. It additionally arrives lower than a month after Imanbek’s largest evening.
This younger expertise took dwelling the award for Best Remixed Recording on the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards, for his model of Saint Jhn’s “Roses.” The remix helped launch the music into the stratosphere, serving to it achieve worldwide recognition (and amass billions of performs, with 1.25 billion streams on Spotify alone.) Not dangerous for a railway engineering pupil who made the remix for a lark.
“I made an illegal remix,” he informed The New York Times. Imanbek had just a few novice remixes underneath his belt when he uploaded the “Roses” remix to Russian social media. He truly left it alone, solely to return again just a few months later to see it was a worldwide smash. “I didn’t know how to promote it, because I didn’t know how to clear it. So I just put it online and let it go. A few months later, it blew up the whole world.” He had a gathering with Saint Jhn’s administration (“It was very easy. We said, we want to break this record, it’s doing well, we want to make it legit,’” mentioned Imanbek) and the outcomes had been gold.
“I understand where I am now, that my success is truly global,” he informed The New York Times, noting that he’s working onerous to show that this preliminary success wasn’t catching lightning in a bottle. “Now, I need to prove that I’m not a one-hit wonder.” With “Dancing On Dangerous,” he very properly may try this.