Sharam - The One (clip paroles lyrics)

Écrit par Benske. Posted in Clips de clubs

Sharam - The One (clip paroles lyrics) ft. Daniel Bedingfield

Sharam's 'P.A.T.T (Party All The Time)' was one of 2007's biggest worldwide dance records. A No.8 in the UK, it spent 15 weeks in the Top 30, achieving A lists at every major radio and TV station, and topping numerous club and DJ charts.

After a year spent recording his debut solo album, 'Sidedish', which includes guest spots from P Diddy, Chuck D, Tommy Lee, Nic Fancuilli, and more, the Grammy winner has returned with 'The One', featuring Daniel Bedingfield on vocals.

'The One' has already received several plays from Pete Tong and Zane Lowe on Radio 1, Galaxy, and Kiss on national radio, and a host of ILR stations have made this a priority track. A major club record for months, it's been played by DJs including Erick Morillo, David Guetta, Loose Cannons, and beyond.

'P.A.T.T.' was Sharam's first solo single, after taking a break from being one half of Grammy Award nominated and Grammy Award winners Deep Dish, the most successful US dance duo in history. He moves effortlessly between a nocturnal world of underground dancefloors with acid house cuts like 'Get Wild' (hammered by Dubfire, Angello, Ingrosso, Prydz, and a wide range of electro and techno DJs), and daytime commercial radio with releases such as 'The One'. Always unpredictable, Sharam will never conform to anything other than his own high standards.

Daniel Bedingfield, who to date has 3 UK No.1 singles and a 5x platinum debut album to his name, heard Sharam's version of 'If You're Not The One' last year, when it became a club anthem in Miami and Ibiza. He then got in touch with the US based DJ and producer, and they agreed to collaborate together.

Alongside the radio and dub mixes, remixes come from David Guetta & Joachim Garraud, Cedric Gervais, Dean Coleman, and D Formation. 


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