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Pop / Rock 08/07/2015

Pop/Dance Artist Aaron Paul Releases PnP (Party N Play) Remixes

Pop/Dance Artist Aaron Paul Releases PnP (Party N Play) Remixes

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Pop/Dance Recording Artist AARON PAUL celebrates the re-release of the smash single, "PnP" (Party N Play) - The Freak Remixes. The newly re-packaged "PnP" (Party N Play) single includes remixes from some of today's hottest and known producers in the dance world; Julian Marsh, Jose Jimenez, Paul Sharman and Joe Gillan, just to name a few. "PnP" (Party N Play) - The Freak Remixes is available on iTunes and all other digital retail stores now.

Earlier this year, Aaron Paul reached the #1 spot on the Dance and Crossover charts abroad, with his smash hit single and empowerment anthem, "I Don't Care". The national and international success of "I Don't Care" has allowed Aaron Paul to broaden his fan base in the dance community worldwide. "I am truly honored and thankful that I have been embraced the way that I have by the fans, the DJ's, and radio stations across the world," says Aaron Paul.

As we fast forward to the summer of 2015, "PnP" (Party N Play) - The Freak Remixes will make their way onto your dance floors and ipods. The lead "freak" remix is produced by Julian Marsh. "My mix of PnP was intended to fuse a retro 90's sound with EDM as opposed to the original mix. I wanted the chorus to be a big dance moment and not a drop out," mentions Julian. "The energy of the remix was to focus on non-stop dancing with a pounding house beat," he adds.

The conceptual colorful cover artwork of the "PnP" (Party N Play) single was shot exclusively by photographer Nathaniel Johnston for NJohnston Photography. "I am really glad that I was invited to collaborate with Aaron because my thing is to develop and create big-concept images, which is exactly what we did," mentions Nathaniel.
https://soundcloud.com/aaronpaulofficial/aaron-paul-pnp-julian-marsh-radio-mix

ABOUT AARON PAUL
London born, Brooklyn based singer and songwriter, Aaron Paul has returned bigger and stronger than ever with his 1st solo album after leaving the Worlds Apart boy pop group. World Apart had a unprecedented chart run of over (5) top 30 UK singles including: 'Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel', (recently featured on the soundtrack in the huge blockbuster and academy award winning movie "The Queen"), 'Everlasting Love', 'Wonderful World' (written by Aaron Paul & fellow band member Patric Osbourne), and their biggest hit 'Could it be I'm Falling in Love', and many more.

Aaron Paul came to the attention of Arista Records Executive Simon Cowell (American Idol, Britain's Got Talent and X-Factor) impressed by his incredible pure voice, natural performance skills and fun personality, Simon positioned Aaron as lead vocalist/front man and lead the group to their chart success.

After moving to New York City and taking a career break from the music industry. In 2010 Aaron was persuaded by Grammy winning producer Barry "Oh" Goldstein to return to recording. Where they both wrote together and released the pop funk song 'Shake Your Body' and 'Searching' (featured on the compilation "There's an Angel Watching You"). Aaron began his journey as a driven solo artist and then frequently returned back to the UK for live promotional tours.

Fast forward to 2014, the year that became a life-changing time for Aaron. With a new sound and new team, set out to fulfill a life-long dream, preparing for the release of his debut solo album. The album entitled "RAW" introduced Aaron to an entire new audience and allowed those already familiar with his sound to fall in love all over again. The "RAW" album in its entirety was written by Aaron Paul and includes productions from some of today's hottest upcoming Producers in the game, Robby Dwayne (Day26, Crystal Waters) among others. Collectively, they have skillfully combined Aaron's heritage and musical roots to create a fun, personal and socially conscious album.

In the spring of 2015, Aaron Paul accomplished his dream of having a number one song on the Dance Charts and Crossover Charts as a solo artist with the up-tempo "I Don't Care". "I Don't Care" is an anthem of peace, understanding and acceptance. The song has become a 2015 LGBTQ PRIDE Anthem across the country with over 700,000 downloads and extensive club play from DJ's around the world.

As Aaron Paul continues to make a mark in the industry, he is preparing to re-release his single "PnP" (Party n Play) with new remixes entitled "THE FREAK REMIXES". This Sobel Promotions promoted single will feature an extensive remix package featuring a remix by re-known Producer/Remixer Julian Marsh (Dolly Parton, Boy George, Shannon and Taylor Dayne) Jose Jimenez, Joe Gillan, and Paul Sharman.

PNP (Party n Play) FREAK REMIXES is sure to be another hit in Aaron's musical journey....DO YOU WANNA PLAY?
Website - www.AaronPaulMusic.com
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Aaron-Paul/145669872154297
Twitter - @APaulMusic
Instagram - @AaronPaulMusic






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