Fans of the far-reaching 2006 single "World, Hold On" will find great joy to hear Bob Sinclar return with "Together". Borrowing from the formula that made him a superstar, Bob brings back Steve Edwards, the Sheffield-born voice behind "World Hold On". "Together" is released March 24th on Defected Records.
Although it sounds like a pop song, it bears a stern lesson for the listener. Says Mr Sinclar, "To me Kids are the most important thing in the world and it is so essential to look after them. There are lots of messages about the environment that need to be listened to. Things are changing and it’s real". The video tries to exemplify this message featuring kids from different cultures and social backgrounds. It was filmed across 8 different countries including Paris, Thailand, Mali, Los Angeles and Hawaii.
Artists: Bob Sinclar feat. Steve Edwards
Released: March 17, 2008 Tracklisting:
1. Together (Bob Sinclar main mix)
2. Together (Claude N'Joya Momo remix)
3. Together (Eddie Thoneick vocal mix)
4. Together (Gregor Salto & DJ Madskillz remix)
About Bob Sinclar
It’s Bob Sinclar, NOT "Sinclair" (born Christophe Le Friant) is the super cool Parisian international DJ and Producer. The Bob Sinclar persona was based on a character from Philippe de Broca's film Le Magnifique who was a spy, jewel thief and playboy."Gym Tonic", his first hit was co-produced by Thomas Bangalter of Daft Punk, featuring vocals taken from a Jane Fonda fitness tape. In 2005 he scored a hit with the single "Love Generation” that reached #1 on the Australian ARIA Singles Charts and the German Media Control Single Charts in 2006. It charted at No. 12 in the UK. The song was a huge success throughout Europe, also peaking at no. 2 in the Dutch Top 40 and it stood 39 weeks in the Ultratop 50 in Belgium and over 25 weeks in the UK Charts. It also became one of the official anthems for the World Cup 2006 held in Germany. The follow-up hit was "World, Hold On", that features writing partner Steve Edwards (Sheffield) and also managed to chart in the top ten in most of the European countries. "Rock This Party (Everybody Dance Now)" followed on 22 August 2006. Bob won the “World's Best DJ Award” award at the world music awards in 2007, watched by over 50 Million people around the world.