As Sultan & Ned Shepard and Nervo’s “Army” continues to conquer dance floors both large and small, two new versions have joined in the battle. Israel’s young Dean Cohen and LA’s Bass King and X-Vertigo were enlisted for remixes, each putting a fresh spin on the anthem. Cohen ratcheted up Omarion’s vocal with a heavy dose of electro while the California team took it to a more progressive, pop place. With both efforts increasing the track’s staying power, the remixes will be released April 22 through Strictly Rhythm.Posted by
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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It had seemed like one of Nervo’s most highly anticipated tracks had fell by the wasteside, but the Omarion-assisted single, “Army,” has been resurrected with help from Sultan and Ned Shepard. Omarion takes the lead, lacing his vocal throughout the track atop subtle synths from the Canadian duo and chord progression belonging to the Aussie twins. It’s been at least a year in the making and has been through a series of facelifts, but “Army” will finally be released on February 5th.Posted by