StoneBridge has happy pianos and ‘So Good’ with the briefest, baggiest lyrics from Barnev, a euphoric dance track that is so way ahead of its time. Montreal artist Barnev Valsaint, Celine Dion’s lead backup vocalist has worked with StoneBridge before on much loved club hit Sometimes and both felt it was time for a new one and ‘So Good’ is the result of their collaboration.

 

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Grammy nominated artist, producer and DJ StoneBridge hooking up once again with Montreal artist Barnev, who featured on StoneBridge’s much loved single, Sometimes. The brand new single So Good is the perfect blend of classic StoneBridge peak time flavour, sprinkled with a summer soulful vibe gaining early support from Kiss FM UK, Roger Sanchez, Sam Divine, Kryder, Dash Berlin.   StoneBridge can be found on the worldwide musical mainstream map with his acclaimed remix work for artists such as Robin S, Sia, Usher, Missy Elliott, Britney Spears, Taio Cruz and Ne-Yo. With a constant flow of new projects, the studio work will not be slowing down any time soon.   StoneBridge’s music is regularly chalking up playlist support across radio networks around the globe, including BBC Radio 1, Sirius XM & Kiss FM. Stone Bridge hosts his own weekly #bpmMix radio show on Sirius XM/BPM. A Show which broadcasts to millions every Saturday throughout North America. Holding down a residency on Sirius XM/BPM means his name has become synonymous with Saturday night dance music around the world. Alongside Sirius XM/BPM, he also produces the weekly syndicated StoneBridge HKJ show. These broadcasts really allow StoneBridge to stay at the top of his game in today’s fast moving, ever changing music scene.   Throughout 2019 StoneBridge has been rocking sets all around the world, from Ibiza to Dubai for the successful Hedkandi 20th Anniversary tour as well as a headline booking at the Sunsetter Festival in Auckland, New Zealand February 2020 and headlining alongside Todd Terry on Prestfest 2021 in the UK.

NEW YORK (RichMegaGames.com) – The Rich TVX News Network will premiere the new music video Mama India [Reloaded] (StoneBridge Mix). StoneBridges’s remix of Mama India by Stevo is fantastic and features a funky, incessant groove, a rolling bassline and the vocals sample of Mama India.

A well crafted, tech-edged slice of house and more progressive-based brilliance from StoneBridge. It’s wonderfully laden with great house sounds. StoneBridge is the man right now in house circles. Go to any city anywhere in the world and you’re guaranteed to hear a load of StoneBridge tracks. Mama India [Reloaded] is one of the best tunes of 2020, and if you don’t know it yet, you soon will because this is yet another example of great house music

StoneBridge featuring DiscoVer. – Not Alone

StoneBridge’s career in music stretches over many years and was launched
by his remixes of top international acts. His iconic remix of Robin S
‘Show Me Love’ became one of the biggest selling house tracks of all time.

GRAMMY nominated producer StoneBridge

The Swedish GRAMMY nominated producer StoneBridge is best known for
songs like ‘Turn It Down For What’ feat. Seri, or ‘Right Here Right Now’
feat. Haley Joelle.

Along with his own artist singles ‘Put ‘Em High’ and ‘Take Me Away’,
StoneBridge is best known for his remix productions like Madonna
“Looking For Love”, Taio Cruz “Dynamite”, or
“Beautiful Trauma” by Pink and many more.

StoneBridge remixed Ne-Yo’s track “Closer”, and the comeback single
from New Kids on the Block, featuring Ne-Yo, entitled “Single”.
StoneBridge garnered a Grammy Award nomination for his remix of “Closer”.

Stoney Boy Music

The new single from Grammy Nominated DJ/Producer StoneBridge
is set for release at the end of this month. Titled Not Alone, the
single boasts impressive mixes featuring DiscoVer.
Release date: March 29 [Stoney Boy Music].

House music is a genre of electronic dance music created by club DJs and music producers in Chicago in the early 1980s.Early house music was generally characterized by repetitive 4/4 beats, rhythms provided by drum machines, off-beat hi-hat cymbals, and synthesized basslines.

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