MAJESTY IGNITES DANCE FLOOR REVOLUTION WITH
Debuting as #2 Billboard Breakout Artist, Majesty has emerged to ignite a dance floor revolution with the dark and edgy “Living in the Moonlight” – featuring remixes by internationally renowned EDM producer and radio personality DJ Lynn Wood (Beyoncé, Demi Lovato) and Dan De Leon, whose remix work includes numerous Billboard #1’s, Top 10’s and Top 20’s for Noelia, Timbaland, Nelly Furtado, Kristine W and Debby Holiday.
“Living In The Moonlight” Remixes EP will be released by Dauman Music/Big Deal/Sony/Red and features remixes by DJ Lynn Wood, Dan De Leon and more.
“Living in the Moonlight” is about having the courage to live life unhinged as your true self,” Majesty says, “that’s where the revolution begins, and what better place than the dance floor, darling?”
“Living in the Moonlight,” is the first release off Majesty’s upcoming full-length EP, and was produced by renowned Belgian born singer/songwriter and producer Lynn Verlayne (Athena, Kendra Erika), whose NYC based artist development management company represents the singer. “Living In The Moonlight” also features additional production by Scott Jacoby (Coldplay, John Legend). The official video for the track, directed by Verlayne and John Engstrom (Cyndi Lauper, Britney Spears), depicts a fiery underground NYC dance sequence that Majesty calls “a vampire rave.”
“The song is saying, ‘OK, when the lights go out, who are you? It’s about shedding your outer skin, waking yourself up – and not being someone else just because people think you’re supposed to be that way. I’m excited that people will enjoy dancing to it, but I want them to go deeper with it.”
The Brooklyn native, wrestled with a few different stage names and personas before presenting her artistic voice and vision as Majesty. Growing up, she found that classic Disney films and songs provided an exciting escape into a delightful fantasy world, and her Majesty image draws directly on the Evil Queen in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
“She’s the perfect blend of fashion, evil and music,” Majesty says.
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