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FAR EAST MOVEMENT COLLABORATE WITH JUSTIN BIEBER ON “LIVE MY LIFE”
AVAILABLE ON iTUNES FEBRUARY 28th
February 24, 2012 – Los Angeles, CA – Produced by RedOne and featuring Justin Bieber, Far East Movement’s (aka FM) “Live My Life” exploded onto radio today and will be available on iTunes and digital retailers this Tuesday, February 28. The monumental track, which has an additional Party Rock remix version with Redfoo of LMFAO, will follow the Dirty Bass appetizer “Jello” that FM performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live SuperBowl Concert series earlier this month. A “Live My Life” music video will be filmed in the coming weeks and both songs will be released on their highly anticipated sophomore album Dirty Bass via Cherrytree/Interscope Records this spring.
“We’re thrilled to have Justin be a part of Dirty Bass, exclaims Kev Nish.” “FM has always focused on unexpected collaborations and mashing up musical genres which keeps making music exciting. ‘Live My Life,’ is a song we think both FM and Bieber fans will enjoy together.”
FM is currently touring the world while working hard to finish up Dirty Bass. They started to develop the album’s sound while on the I Am Music tour with Lil Wayne last summer. They are finishing the album on the Canadian and European Cherrytree Pop Alternative tour with LMFAO while radio airwaves continue to play their worldwide smash singles “Like A G6” and “Rocketeer.”
"We've been performing the “Live My Life” Party Rock remix with Redfoo on the Cherrytree Pop Alternative tour and the reaction has been met with hands in the air and hype energy, declares Prohgress. “We’re looking forward to the song at radio and everybody partying wherever they’re listening.”
Dirty Bass has a dynamic universal party sound that brings elements of booming trunk bass to the dancefloor. Far East Movement shaped and co-produced the sound with The Stereotypes and assistance from the above-mentioned RedOne along with other chart-topping producers Bangladesh, Dallas Austin and Cherry Cherry Boom Boom.
More exciting collaborations on Far East Movement’s Dirty Bass will be announced soon.
For more information on Far East Movement, visit www.FarEastMovement.com