“In My Blood”, released March 2, is Sharam Jey’s long-awaited second artist album and he’s really taken things to the next level. Not happy to settle for mediocrity, he’s worked hard and pushed things to unexpected heights, working with a host of amazing collaborators that really vary the sounds of the record and take you by surprise.
The first taste of the new album came courtesy of the Princess Superstar featured “Monday Morning” single but things got a little hotter and rougher when he teamed up with his first of three breath-taking collaborations with Australia’s Nik Valentino (of Lost Valentinos) for the album’s title track “In My Blood”.
Other froth-inducing collaborations on the record include Tommie Sunshine, Andreas Hogby (of Swede rockers Torpedo) and the fantastic Cornelia, who has the sickly sweet vocals of an angel set for mischief. However, it’s his ongoing collaborations with Nik Valentino that really steal our hearts back to the dance-floor, as they set temperatures soaring and pulses racing. “In My Blood” shows Sharam in his very best form yet, even the levels you’d come to expect from him until now have been thrown off the Richter-scale as he gets set to take us by the hand and lead us through 2010 with that ultimate ease only he’s capable of.
Video: Army of Men
Army of Men features the syrupy sweet vocal stylings of Swedish chanteuse Cornelia, who’s been hotly-tipped as one to watch after critics and fans alike fell for her dulcet tones with the recent release of her EP Capsule.
This is one track that’s set to catch audiences all off-guard, getting the ladies up on their feet and dancefloor-forth, as the men fall head first in lust with the charm of Cornelia’s vocals weaved around a stalking beat, that sounds made just for her to swing ever-so gently upon. Watch the video.