I’ve known Suzanne Palmer for a long time but we never had the pleasure to collaborate together other than performances with Peter Rauhofer and Offer Nissim through the Star 69 camp. I was always impressed with her professionally and vocally so it was only natural that we work together and create original music. In fact, the idea first originated at a show in Mexico back in 2011.
This past January, we joined forces in the studio and created two unique songs which are under my label, Ferosh Records. "Let It Go" released on April 6 is a true Pride anthem while "Get Cha There" which will be released this Friday (April 20) is more of an underground song.
So far, the feedback I've received during my live sets and on-air for The Feel Good Mix at 93.9 MIA, has been incredible. I'm excited to hear what you think too, so be sure to comment below.
Read more about my collaboration with Suzanne and new music on Ferosh Records, in the latest issue of Get Out Magazine where I'm featured on the cover and editorial here.
Click below to hear a preview of "Let It Go" with Suzanne Palmer from my SoundCloud page.
About Suzanne Palmer
Internationally renowned recording artist Suzanne Palmer continues to electrify audiences worldwide and pack dance floors in cities including New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami, New Orleans, Chicago, Montreal, Toronto, London, Edinburgh, Paris, Brussels, Rome, Sao Paulo, Mexico City, Tel Aviv, San Juan, and Sydney.
Suzanne has worked with renowned dance producers including DJ Tiesto, Peter Rauhofer, Offer Nissim, David Morales, BeatHustlerz, Cevin Fisher, Eric Kupper, Angel Moraes, Peter Bailey and Geogie Porgie. Most recently, Suzanne has been collaborating with DJ/Producer Tracy Young and Producer Craig J. Snider.
In 2017, Suzanne was profiled in a chapter of author James Arena’s book, Stars of 21st Century - Dance Pop and EDM.