Since kicking off his own imprint (Delecta Records) in March 2016, Cedric Gervais has been indulging his fans with quite a few phenomenal records. Today, he further embellishes that list with ‘Touch The Sky’, a spark of musical brilliance featuring Digital Farm Animals and Dallas Austin that saw its release today.
An offering that screams out-of-the-boxness through its remarkable vocal clips and high-intensity club vibe, ‘Touch The Sky’ is poised to have the crowd reaching for the stars while whirling across the dance floor. It’s a sterling example of music that gets the whole world on cloud nine and one that will continue to soar for time to come.
Cedric Gervais has been one of dance music’s luminaries for over fifteen years. He scored a Grammy in 2013 with his remix of Lana Del Rey’s ‘Summertime Sadness’, sold multi-platinum with several singles and is a frequent fixture in the Top 10s of acclaimed charts in the U.S. (Billboard), the U.K. (U.K. Singles chart) and Australia (ARIA). His before-mentioned remix of ‘Summertime Sadness’ racked up over 200 million streams on Spotify alone and ‘Would I Lie To You’, his recent collaboration with David Guetta and Chris Willis, is good for 61 million streams on the streaming service.
Born Nick Gale, Digital Farm Animals is one of the planet’s hottest new artists. Between summer jam ‘Millionaire’ (with Cash Cash and Nelly), recent hit singles ‘Only One’ and ‘Digital Love’, and working with top names such as Dua Lipa, Galantis, Hailee Steinfeld, Will.I.Am, Noah Cyrus and Louis Tomlinson, he has netted over a billion streams in total. Having already toured with The Chainsmokers and Marshmello in 2017 alone, the future is looking very bright indeed.
Dallas Austin, who also features on ‘Touch The Sky’, is an accomplished songwriter and producer who’s worked with a host of notable recording artists, including Michael Jackson, Madonna, TLC, Monica, Rihanna, Kanye West, Boyz II Men, P!NK and Gwen Stefani. One of his biggest accomplishments to date is winning a Grammy for Best R&B album at the 42nd Annual Grammy Awards.