Manhattan, NY (PRWEB) September 9, 2005
Pop recording artist Adam S. Barta has finally released the debut single off his upcoming album "Inspired", with the politically and sexually charged "Dirty Girls." It has been rapidly finding its way onto radio playlists across the country, as well as dance clubs. The song made headlines last year when Barta and dancer Monifa Brown re-enacted the infamous Janet Jackson "wardrobe malfunction" at a club when performing the song. Barta has said, "the song is a social commentary on female artists using their music for sexual empowerment, it is an overall positive message about those who are seen as dirty for being expressive in their music." The Armory Project, made up of Steve Balsavich and Mike Lavoie, contributes the "Up In Arm's Remix" to the CD, after having a smash, top requested satellite remix of Gwen Stefani's "Holla Back Girl" last month.
In July, Barta performed the song to the fully packed venue DeLUXe on Long Island, NY with DJ Jonny Weitz from local radio station 106.1 WBLI and renown freestyle DJ James Anthony from 103.5 KTU hosting the event. Also present was a camera crew from MTV filming Weitz for an upcoming VJ spot. "Inspired" will contain 10 original tracks written by Barta with music by produced The Verve Pipe's Brad Vander Ark. The maxi-single containing a remix by The Armory Project and DJ Anthony Webster, as well as the song "Broken", is being released on Aquetra Records and will be have an initial run exclusively distributed through CD Baby (503-595-3000). Shooting for Billboard charts, the CD has already garnered support from some big players including recording artist Kim Sozzi and Harry Frank Towers.
Adam released his first single, "I Told Her," last year on the VC2America Records label. It has been on the air and radio playlists internationally. In 2003 Adam was on Britney Spears' "In The Zone" TV special, released a music video featuring MTV's Dorian Davis, and made many appearances around in NYC and the East coast. In 2005, he performed at NYC's legendary Knitting Factory, hosted by Leah Gillingwater from MTV's "The Real World: Paris."
Visit Adam online @ http://www.adambarta.com.
"Dirty Girls" is available at Tower and Virgin Records, i-Tunes, AOL Music, Sony Connect, and more. For a complete list visit http://www.cdbaby.com.