Fresh off returning from a three-year-plus absence with David Guetta collaboration Higher, Jeremy Greene is back to get bodies moving with yet another club-ready promo single. On Dance All Night, hitmaking beatsmith Dr. Luke cooks up an appropriately body-moving four-on-the-floor instrumental to back the unsigned singer as he grooves into the wee hours of the morning. Complete with the tried-and-true guest rhymes of Flo Rida, this joint isn’t attached to any forthcoming project. If Jeremy Greene keeps churning out promo cuts this catchy, though, a new album can’t be far off…
Written by richard on 01/12/12
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