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Артист: Just Ivy Feat Akon Название: Paradise (Starkillers Remix) Жанр: House Год выхода: 2014 О музыке: Artist: Just Ivy Feat Akon
Title: Paradise (Starkillers Remix)
Label: Urban Dance Records
Style: House, Club, Vocal, Progressive
Release Date: 2014
Quality: 320 Kbps/Joint Stereo/44100Hz
Tracks: 03 Tracks
Size: 00:14:09 Min
01. Just Ivy Feat Akon - Paradise (Feat. Akon) (Starkillers Radio Edit) 03:39
02. Just Ivy Feat Akon - Paradise (Feat. Akon) (Starkillers Extended Club Mix) 05:15
03. Just Ivy Feat Akon - Paradise (Feat. Akon) (Starkillers Instrumental Club Mix) 05:15
Senegalese-American vocalist Akon is known for his R B-style vocals, which are featured in his own hit songs as well as collaborations with hip-hop
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“I've learned a lot along the way and I'm glad that I've never regretted to a point where I tried to change my past, because
ultimately my past made me who I am today.”
Senegalese-American singer Akon was born Aliaume Thiam in St. Louis, Missouri, on April 16, 1973. He lived in Senegal, West Africa, as a child and
attended high school in the United States. He has released several hit albums that combine his R B-style vocals with hip-hop beats, and he has
collaborated with many other musicians, including Snoop Dogg, Gwen Stefani, Lionel Richie and Michael Jackson. He has also faced controversy because
of his exaggerated criminal history and his occasional provocative behavior on stage.
Background and Early Career
Singer, songwriter and producer Akon was born Aliaume Damala Badara Akon Thiam in St. Louis, Missouri, on April 16, 1973, to African parents. His
family returned to Dakar, Senegal, in West Africa, when Akon was young and lived there until he was 7 years old, when they moved back to the United
States. Akon’s mother, Kine Thiam, is a dancer; his father, Mor Thiam, is a well-known jazz percussionist. Thanks to their influence, Akon heard and
loved music from an early age.
After growing up in Jersey City, New Jersey, Akon began singing and performing as a teenager. He attended Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta,
Georgia, for a semester before ping out. Instead, he turned his attention to the music business, making home recordings and becoming friends with
Wyclef Jean of the Fugees. In 2003, he received his own record deal.
Musical Success and Collaborations
Akon's debut album, Trouble, was released in 2004. The album paired Akon's melodic, R B-style vocals with hip-hop beats and produced several
hit singles, including "Knocked Up" and "Lonely." His second album, 2006's Konvicted, was an even bigger success. Several singles from the album
became hits that topped the Billboard charts. Two of the singles featured guest appearances by famous hip-hop artists, with Eminem being featured on
the single "Smack That" and Snoop Dogg being featured on the single "I Wanna Love You." His third album, Freedom (2008), was somewhat less of a
sensation. A fourth album is slated for release in 2013.
Akon has also lent his vocals to records by musicians in a wide range of genres, including Whitney Houston, Gwen Stefani and Lionel Richie. He also
sang with Michael Jackson on the duet "Hold My Hand," which was released in 2009 after Jackson's death. He co-wrote Lady Gaga’s hit song "Just
Dance," in addition to producing records for a number of artists.
Beyond his work in music, Akon is the owner of two clothing lines—Konvict and Aliaune—and various real estate investments. He also founded the
Konfidence Foundation with the mission of empowering disadvantaged youth in Africa and the United States.
Controversy and Criminal History
Akon has also faced numerous controversies and legal difficulties. In 2008, it was revealed that he had exaggerated his criminal background: he had
not, as he often claimed in interviews, run a car-theft ring or written his first album during a three-year prison sentence. He had, in fact, only
served a few months in jail for the possession of a stolen car in 1998, and he was released when the charges were ped.
Within the span of only one year, Just Ivy enchanted everybody from DJ Khaled and Akon to premier choreographer and creative director Laurieann
Gibson, while splitting her time between Europe and the United States.
So, what is it about the sultry singer, songwriter, performer, and femme fatale that has captivated and attracted so many trend-setters?
Musically, Just Ivy represents a co-mingling of pop prowess, seductive R B, and astounding showmanship. She's always stirred a cauldron of
influences though. While growing up in Europe, she cherished experiences and embraced various cultures, which helped give her the strength to take
Drawing from influences including Tina Turner, Michael Jackson, and Madonna, she truly started pursuing her musical dream in 2012. Locking herself in
a New York studio, the artist concocted an intoxicating sound of her own. "I experiment with everything I possibly can," she smiles. "I love pop
music, but I love urban as well. They're completely different, and I'm inspired by both. At the same time, I impart a piece of myself on
everything I do. I've always felt like when there's nothing to say, there's music. Every song can be traced back to an emotion in your
life. It defines moments."
In late 2013, she unveiled her first official single the sunny "Paradise" featuring Akon. Their voices entwine within seductive harmony over a beat by
REO of The Sound Killers [Beyoncé, Lil Wayne, Keyshia Cole]. The track became a success online, quickly amassing over 100,000 views on YouTube and
turning all eyes on her.
Around the same time, DJ Khaled and Just Ivy crossed paths serendipitously. Khaled remixed one of her songs and then urged that they collaborate.
Inspired by her style and panache, he proposed that they work on the incendiary "Bad Girl Takeover" together. After a call from Khaled, Meek Mill
delivered his signature impenetrable verses in between an elegantly sexy hook from the diva.
About her second single, she reveals, "It's about having the strength to walk away from a bad relationship."
That's not the only collaboration with Khaled on her forthcoming full-length debut. The super producer also teamed up with Just Ivy for the 2014
follow-up single "Light Me Up". Blending iridescent production with a blindingly brilliant hook, it's meant to make bodies move on the dance
floor. "It's basically about love," she goes on. "You wait for this guy your whole life, and he's finally here. So, you can't stop
yourself. Everybody tells you to slow down and take your time, but you want to rush into it because you're sure he's the one."
While in Los Angeles working on a music video, Just Ivy caught the attention of Laurieann Gibson as well—whose resume includes Lady Gaga, P. Diddy,
Nicki Minaj, Katy Perry, and many others. Gibson became her creative director as the duo honed an immediate chemistry.
Outside of her art, the singer immerses herself in fashion, traveling, and movies, making for a well-rounded approach to everything she does.
Now, as she readies the album, Just Ivy has one goal in mind. "If people can relate to my music and feel happy, that would be the biggest reward," she
says. "That's what I dream of. If I can be there for somebody, I've accomplished everything I ever wanted to."
As the USA’s dance music scene continues to come of age on a widespread scale and different styles proliferate and evolve, new talents are coming
thick and fast. Only a few have the staying power to go the distance, however.
Formerly known as Nick Terranova, U.S talent Starkillers has been cutting a swathe through the bolshier end of the global house music scene with his
tough-edged, eclectic sound. Blending big hooks and riffs, soaring vocals, thumping beats and mind-bending effects trickery, his sound is the perfect
blend of high-octane, fierce energy and accessible appeal. It’s truly at home amidst the contemporary sound of cutting-edge dance music.
“I’m A.D.D” he explains of the hyperactive nature of his music. “I know people always say that, but I really am. I really try not to sound
like anyone else or copy anyone. What’s the point in being in this biz if all you’re gonna do is try and sound like someone else? I do what I
think is cool and don’t really care what people think. You’re either a fan or you’re not.”
It’s not about subtlety or tradition; instead it’s a question of pushing technology and sound to their limits, and creating in-your-face tracks
with plenty of charisma and attitude. There’s nothing mundane going on here. Pitch bending leads, rugged bass, mind-warping FX, huge builds and s;
everything in a Starkillers track is designed for maximum impact on the dancefloor, and his potent blend of electro house groove and sharp
trance-laced breakdowns has seen his records signed to huge labels including Doorn, Ultra and Nervous.
“I really just try to make my sound as crazy as I can without being too far left that people don’t get it” he says. “I try not to pigeonhole
myself into one genre so I can change easily and so that it doesn’t come as a shock to my fans when I evolve.” It’s that versatility and
open-mindedness that sees him continue to flourish and succeed for years to come, and that will ensure he outlasts less-imaginative peers.
2012 saw his profile rise to giddy new heights, with a new weekly radio show launched featuring guests including Gareth Emery, Morgan Page, Kryder and
Stafford Brothers, and a Beatport Electro Chart No. 2 with his DJ Bl3nd collaboration Xception. Touring Brazil, the UK, Australia and Asia and capping
it off with a sold-out show at St. Louis’ Europa in the US, his DJing schedule continues to grow in stature alongside his status as a prolific
Teaming up with vocalist Amba Shepherd and fellow producer Dmitry KO, Starkillers’ first official release of 2013, Let The Love, ped on formidable
Dutch imprint Spinnin’ Records. It was premiered by the UK’s BBC Radio 1 and DJ Tiësto, and notched up over 200,000 views within its first week
on YouTube, kicking off the year as he plans to continue. His bootleg of Zedd feat. Foxes’ Clarity, posted on his Soundcloud in the first few days
of the year, has also found huge success online, receiving a sizable 1200 favouritings on blog aggregator chart The Hype Machine.
The rest of the year looks breathtakingly busy and exciting for Starkillers: remixes of Pitbull and Sandro Silva’s new singles, a party bus tour
stopping by at the legendary Miami Winter Music Conference, singles featuring the likes of Hadley and Kai, and more collaborations with Kryder, Angger
Dimas and Bl3nd. He’ll be playing to more fans in more countries than ever before, including a major tour of his home turf in the USA.
“2013 is going to be an even bigger year for dance music. I’m so excited about how it’s still taking over the global mainstream. I plan to be a
part of that journey this year!”