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Pop / Rock 23/09/2022

Felix Jaehn & Ray Dalton Share Soulful Single 'Call It Love'

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Internationally renowned German DJ/producer Felix Jaehn returns to the release trenches for his latest sonic endeavor, 'Call It Love' alongside Seattle-bred multi-platinum recording artist, Ray Dalton. The latest pop-doused sonic endeavor arrives on the heels of Jaehn's August club-primed production, "Winds May Change," and May collaborative project with German pop star Zoe Wees, "Do It Better." "Call It Love" is available to stream across all platforms via Universal Music.

'Call It Love' kicks off with a sultry melody enhanced by Ray Dalton's textured vocals. The propelling production oozes with an uncontrollable groove perfectly paired alongside a catchy rhythm and a thumping bassline. With four-on-the-floor sensibilities, the high octane tune serves a transmittable fire throughout listeners' eardrums, audibly boasting palpable energy and atmospheric ambiance. 'Call It Love' is a certified club hit and is sure to set dance floors across the world ablaze with energy.

Felix Jaehn has been on quite the winning streak so far, with the Diamond-selling artist's latest single marking his third original production of 2022, following January's "Rain In Ibiza" with Calum Scott and The Stickmen Project and May's "Do It Better" with Zoe Wees. His highly-successful string of hits, such as 'I Got A Feeling' and his own remix of his tracks 'SICKO' and 'No Therapy', has impressively gone on to garner widespread critical acclaim over time. These extraordinary masterpieces provide an exciting glimpse into what to expect from the multifaceted maestro moving into the second half of 2022 and beyond.

When DJ and record producer Ryan Lewis contacted him on Facebook for a possible collaboration in 2011, Ray Dalton was in the midst of pursuing his goal to work with every big hip-hop artist in Seattle. The multi-talented singer/songwriter was hoping that any of the powerhouse hooks he was creating would help him get discovered as an artist. The one that finally caught on - his infectious chorus for Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' hip-hop anthem "Can't Hold Us" - helped spur the track from the duo's Grammy-winning album, THE HEIST, into an ongoing global phenomenon. It also laid the groundwork for Dalton's emergence as an artist in his own right. The impressive series of highlights in RAY DALTON's career began with the Billboard No.1 smash "Can't Hold Us." In addition to two Grammy nominations, the collaboration with rap star Macklemore earned him multiplatinum and two MTV Awards - and he's been tipped for success ever since. Ray's recent hit, "Manila," feat. Spanish-German gold and platinum artist Alvaro Soler ran hot on German radio in the fall, peaked at #8 on Apple Music, made it to the Top 25 on Spotify Germany, secured the #1 airplay spot in Switzerland and Austria, and announced gold in both countries. No wonder the contestants of the current season of "The Voice Kids Germany" were thrilled when he surprised coach Alvaro Soler's team as a side coach in late April - shortly before the release of his new solo single. His latest single "The Best Is Yet To Come" recently just broke into the top 20 on radio in Germany.
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