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Miami-based dance music icon Cedric Gervais has a long history of crafting up solid dancefloor bombs and his latest production fits the bill in a similar, yet more nostalgically appealing manner. Digging up The S.O.S. Band’s 1980 classic ‘Take Your Time (Do It Right)’ and whipping it into shape to make waves in today’s music landscape, he emerges with ‘Do It Tonight’ to spice up this summer’s festival season, as it has already done through its premiere at Ultra Music Festival 2018 in Miami earlier this year.
A merger of the highly-recognizable vocals of The S.O.S. Band’s global hit song and Cedric Gervais’ esteemed sound brand, ‘Do It Tonight’ sees the electronic music kingpin give rise to another dancefloor hit. Armed with supercharged beats, powerful rhythms and an insanely catchy vibe, this track will make dance music enthusiasts from all over the world go crazy till the break of dawn and then some.
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’, one of his more recent collaborations with David Guetta and Chris Willis, is good for over 113 million streams on the popular streaming service. Recent single ‘One Night’ has been a staple in many DJ sets all over the world and hot on its trails, ‘Do it Tonight’ has already been getting early spins and support from the likes of The Chainsmokers, Don Diablo, D.O.D, David Guetta, Kryder, Bob Sinclair, Nicky Romero, Oliver Heldens, Mista Jam and more.