In a 2011 interview with Nervo, the girls revealed that they would soon be releasing a track dubbed “Army.” Fast forward over one year later and “Army” has finally been released, only Sultan and Ned Shepard have been added to the bill. The Aussie twins and Canadian duo compliment each other with clean bass kicks, padded synths, and melodic undertones. Singer Omarion takes the production to anthem status with his intriguing vocal which, with help from an appealing chord progression, solidifies “Army” as radio-ready.
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