DJ Cassidy Premieres New Single “Future is Mine” Ft. Chromeo via Pitchfork
DJ Cassidy has premiered his new single entitled“Future is Mine” featuring Chromeo, exclusively today via Pitchfork.com. PRESS HERE to listen! The song will be arriving for sale tomorrow, June 30th, on all digital service providers by Big Beat/AtlanticRecords.
Cassidy continues to unite worlds on the dance floor, this time by joining electro funk duoChromeo with iconic musicians from the late 1970s and early 1980s including Rufus’ John “JR” Robinson and Bobby Watson, Barry Whiteguitarist Wah Wah Watson, “Forget Me Nots”composer/vocalist Patrice Rushen, and Michael Jackson horn and string arranger Jerry Hey.
“From the moment I first heard Chromeo’s music years ago, I knew we shared similar sources of inspiration,” Cassidy explains. “As we became friends, they proved me right. Dave and Pee bring the funk to everything they touch. They literally took the groove to the future…pun intended.”
“We’ve known Cassidy for years now, so it’s only right that we jump on a joint with him,” says Chromeo. “Plus, he’s got all these legends playing on there…super humbling to be on the same track as our heroes. Cass is definitely on the funk crusade.”
DJ Cassidy has been at the nexus of music, fashion, and nightlife for over half his living years as the go-to deejay for your favorite music impresario, fashion icon, entertainment mogul, cultural trendsetter, and…world leader. When President Obama wanted a deejay for his Inaugurations and fiftieth birthday party at the White House, there’s only one person he called. When Oprah Winfrey celebrated the opening of her school in South Africa on New Year’s Eve, there’s only one person she called. When Jay Z needed a deejay for his wedding to Beyoncé and a support act for hisLegends of the Summer Stadium Tour with Justin Timberlake, there’s only one person he called. When Usher needed a support act for his UR Experience Tour, there’s only one person he called.
DJ Cassidy’s music is the culmination of a lifetime of deejaying around the world, observing people react, and making people move. “I’m on a mission to bring the greatest and most universal dance music of all time back to the airwaves, back to nightlife, back to the dance floor,” proclaims Cassidy. To achieve his mission, Cassidy united the legendary architects of the worldwide dance hits of the late 1970s and early 1980s with some of the most revered songwriters and recording artists of today.