Cerrone, otherwise known as Marc Cerrone, is the guy behind Supernature, which won multiple Grammy Awards and sold over 8 million records.  His new single, “Move Me” features vocals from none other than Disclosure’s Brendan Reilly, though it’s likely that you never would’ve guessed that it’s him as he morphs his voice so perfectly into that of a ’70’s disco singer that it’s borderline unrecognizable.  That said, he sounds fantastic, like Off The Wall era Michael Jackson, which is clearly an influence behind this song, though it’s equal parts Chic and perhaps even Donna Summer.

“Move Me” hails from Cerrone’s new album Red Lips, which is slated to drop on December 2nd.  Check out the tracklist; it features many impressive guests:

1.   Therapy –  Feat. James Hart
2.   Move Me – Feat. Brendan Reilly
3.   Illuminate Me – Feat. Sam Gray
4.   Ain’t No Party (like Monday Night) – Feat. Kiezsa
5.   Take Over – Feat. Brendan Reilly
6.   C’est Bon –  Cerrone Feat. Aloe Blacc
7.   Red Lips – Cerrone Feat. Wallace Turrell
8.   Kiss It Better – Cerrone Feat. Yasmin
9.   You Only Live Once – Feat. Mike City
10. Steal Your Love – Feat. Alexis Taylor
11. Jane – Feat. Dax Riders
12. I Want – Feat. Chelcee Grimes & Mike City
13. Time Machine – Feat. Sam Gray
14. 2nd Chance – Feat. Tony Allen



Published on Sep 30, 2016

“Move Me” available here : http://smarturl.it/CerroneRedLips
Taken from Cerrone’s new album “Red Lips”

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An entertainment journalist for 20 years, Michael McCarthy was a columnist and contributing editor for the magazines Lollipop and LiveWire. He co-created and wrote for Cinezine, one of the '90's most popular movie E-zines. The only time he's not listening to music is when he's watching television shows and movies or reading, usually music magazines.

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