ItsNotYouItsMe "Come Thru Thursday Vocals" Features Stellar Collabo's From Melanie Pfirrman Featuring Pitbull & IAMCHINO. Plus, Artist Jake Shear's "Meltdown"!





ItsNotYouItsMe "Come Thru Thursday Vocals" features stellar collabo's from Melanie Pfirrman featuring Pitbull and IAMCHINO. Plus, artist Jake Shear's "Meltdown"!!

"Records pop artist Melanie Pfirrman drops her debut Latin single today with “Suda.” The song features GRAMMY®-Award winners rapper Pitbull, and his long-time collaborator producer IAMCHINO.

The red hot track is drenched in steamy, vibrant sonics making it the perfect soundtrack for a night out. Pfirrman and Pitbull confidently trade vocals, seamlessly alternating between English and Spanish, dousing “Suda”—which means “to sweat” in Spanish—with a sultry, Latin flair.

Having Pitbull featured on the track was a surprise Pfirrman—a new artist on Sidewalk Records, a division of Curb Records—who headed to Miami to work with a group of new songwriters and producers, including IAMCHINO. It was during one of these creative sessions that “Suda” was born. The dance-worthy track eventually reached the Latin superstar himself, and he immediately expressed interest in a feature.

“He’s big on artist development and interested in helping new artists from the ground up, which is awesome and not very common in this business,” says Pfirrman of Pitbull. “So it was cool to just have him jump on and be so adamant about wanting to be on the track. It’s been an absolute whirlwind.”

“Suda” follows Pfirrman’s Top 10 Radio Disney hit, “Go Steady.” The new single is the first in a line of Latin-infused pop songs Pfirrman is slated to release throughout 2020.

About Melanie Pfirrman:

Pop vocalist Melanie Pfirrman first caught the attention of Sidewalk Records, a division of Curb Records, in 2016. Her major label debut EP, I Don’t Wanna Love, landed a Top 10 Radio Disney hit with “Go Steady” and earned the California-native more than 1 million career streams to date. With powerful vocal chops in the vein of Demi Lovato and Ariana Grande, Melanie Pfirrman is paving her own path with a voice that leaves audiences speechless and an energy and confidence that’s contagious. Her first Latin single, “Suda” (feat. Pitbull and IAMCHINO), is now available." - www.curb.com





"Jake Shears released a new single, “Meltdown,” on Friday, which he promises is the first taste of a new disco-influenced body of work coming later this year.

It’s his first release since his work with Josh Homme on Desert Sessions and his first solo, self-titled album in 2018. As he explains to Rolling Stone: “‘Meltdown’ is a little burnt pop confection with a sinister edge, kind of ‘Dysto Music.’ You could call it a turn, or even a re-turn. Also, it’s my tribute to Sylvester, whose vocal stylings have always been an influence and inspiration.

“Meltdown” will certainly satisfy fans of Scissor Sisters, with Shears’ falsetto vocals anchoring the syncopated dance beat — the lyric, “I’m too damn hot, better cool me off before I melt down,” makes it a perfect summer club track. Shears also says he’s not worried about sounding too similar to the Scissor Sisters.

“I take it as a compliment,” he tells Rolling Stone. “And like to think of all my solo stuff as being in the same body of work as Scissor Sisters, in a way. I’m carrying on the sounds and the genre vocabulary we built and hopefully pushing them into new territory.”

In the summer of 2018, Shears released his debut solo LP, his first since his band went on hiatus in 2012; it was a pivotal moment in his life and career. “It felt like a real plunge stepping out on my own,” he explains. “That album was my dream of taking the theatrical rock facet of my musical style and tuning it into a fiercely personal concept record. Now, I’m ready to make some dance music again.”

Shears was also recently featured on Masked Singer UK, having been unmasked as the Unicorn on the quirky TV show, and admits it was an incredible experience.

“I think every performer should be required to do a season of Masked Singer,” he says. “It’s the ultimate challenge: How do you manage to be entertaining while basically performing in what equals a diving suit from 100 years ago? It’s not easy. But it was a strange kind of thrill. Also, the fact that I got to sing ‘Babooshka’ by Kate Bush on U.K. national television dressed as a flaming unicorn was the ultimate reward.”" - Rollingstone.com


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