Sick and tired of having a good time for the benefit of others, David Correy announces on a new single that, this time, he’s gonna “Party for Me.” His first Booth feature, this body-moving selection finds the Brazilian-born, Annapolis-raised crooner living it up over the dancefloor-scorching synths and four-on-the-floor percussion of R&S Entertainment beatsmith Jan Camorra. Does this cut bring out the party animal in you? If so, there are plenty more high-energy jams in store on compilation album Urban Rock: The Mixtape Vol. 2, due out next Friday, May 13.
Written by richard on 05/6/11
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