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LODATO turns on his ‘NEON LIGHTS’

Known for his exciting (re)mixes between contemporary dance music and strong pop sounds, New York artist LODATO now returns with one of his most ambitious singles to date. ‘Neon Lights’ sees him deliver powerful synth hooks, paired with cool, 80’s styled rhythms and a mighty vocal chorus. It’s the springtime anthem we’ve been waiting for, ready to entice LODATO’s worldwide audience with its high levels of singalong charm.

LODATO has been turning more and more heads these last years. Creating a unique style of his own with a tasty blend of electronic sounds and pop music, he’s raised the bar this last decade with every new single and remix. From recent hit singles ‘Home’ and ‘Good’ to his remix of Jason Derulo’s ‘Coño’ – it’s all led to massive chart success and streaming support. As his resume keeps evolving, it’s clear LODATO is one of the tastemaking producers of his time – still making impressive moves upwards.

’Neon Lights’ is the next pinnacle in his ever creative output. Not shy to lay down a powerful pop hook along with his electronically driven beats, LODATO surely brings one of his most ambitious tunes to the table here. Setting the tone with an overwhelming synth melody, the record continues to grow with striking vocals while the dance rhythm is fired up by cool, pulsating bass chords. It provides the music with sweet 80’s vibes, but also refers to contemporary pop music as the piano infused chorus grabs the attention.

The result is as compelling as it is energetic. LODATO brings some sturdy rhythms, but injects these with highly melodic hooks and twists, maintaining an airy vibe that’s likely to get everyone dancing and singing along. The ‘Neon Lights’ have been turned on, marking a next chapter in LODATO’s career, and sure to create radio and streaming support all over the globe. You’re welcome to join the party.

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