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Dainjazone Resurrects LMFAO Member Redfoo From 6+ Year Hiatus With “Long Live Party Rock”

Dainjazone has proven to be one of the most traveled, consistent, and relied upon DJs in the country. His ability to read a room and adapt on the fly is like no other. Dainjazone’s wild range of house, hip-hop, pop, and classics, makes sure everybody on the floor and at a table leaves with a great experience. Some of the biggest rooms continue to put their faith and dance floor in Dainjazone’s hands as he maintains residencies at The Grand (Boston), Memoire (Boston), HQ (Atlantic City) and Shrine (Connecticut) just to name a few.

Now, he’s back for his biggest single yet, resurrecting LMFAO’s Redfoo from his 6 year hiatus with their collab single, “Long Live Party Rock“. Redfoo had been regularly passing on opportunities to work with multi-platinum selling artists for over half a decade. After getting a taste of Dainjazone’s demo for “Long Live Party Rock,” he knew this was the ‘one’ and loved the modern dance incorporated that was mixed in with the classic ‘Party Rock’ sound. The rap verses were laid down, bringing an all-too familiar voice back on a track and into the public consciousness.

It’s everything you’d expect – from sizzling synths to a thumping 4 on the floor groove that whisks you back to the days of fist pumping by the pool covered in neon.

“Redfoo has been turning down feature opportunities from multi-platinum selling artists over the last 6 years. I recorded myself rapping half the lyrics over my production and sent it to him with an invite to be on the track. He instantly fell in love with it and in fact added more lyrics to make it better.” – Dainjazone

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