Dynamic Duo, Tony Moran and Martha Wash, Follow up Their Hit Single with 'Free People (Volume 2)'

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'Free People (Volume 2)' has 12 new mixes of Tony Moran and Martha Wash's "Free People," which is set to be another chart-topping hit from the producer/vocalist duo. 'Free People (Volume 2)' is available for purchase today via Radikal Records.

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When the powerful and legendary voice of Martha Wash and award-winning remixer and songwriter Tony Moran collaborate together, you can almost guarantee a hit song. Radikal Records & Sugar House Music are proud to announce the release of ‘Free People (Volume 2),’ the latest collaboration between two-time Grammy nominated producer Tony Moran and two-time Grammy nominated vocalist Martha Wash. ‘Free People (Volume 2)’ is available for purchase today, March 17th 2015.

The two musicians follow up their Billboard Hot Dance Club Chart #1 Single, “Keep Your Body Working” (2007), and their 2014 collaboration, “I’m Not Coming Down,” with their new single, “Free People.” After a #43 Hot Shot Debut, “Free People” has now made a huge jump to #15 on the Billboard Dance Club Chart for the week of March 28th.

"In a time where people Photoshop their faces because they worry about if they're too thin or too fat or too ugly or too dark, you should just care about the way you want to look for yourself. You have the power," Moran says about the song he wrote and produced. "Free People," which is already climbing up the charts, is a continuation of both Wash's and Moran's positive outlook on life.

Throughout the span of Wash’s career, she has personified the message in “Free People.” From early days with Sylvester with singing partner Izora Armstead to the classic hit “It’s Raining Men” by The Weather Girls, Wash never let preconceived notions on image stand in her way. In 1991, Wash changed the music industry forever when she sang lead vocals on C&C Music Factory’s #1 hit, “Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now),” but failed to receive credit because of her body type. By standing up for what is right, Wash won the lawsuit, and it is now mandatory for artists to receive rightful credits on albums and music videos.

For the release of 'Free People (Volume 2),' Moran enlisted some of his DJ/Remixer friends to take their hit single on a whole different journey of sounds, from trance to progressive house. 'Free People (Volume 2)' is a total of 12 tracks, and is features mixes by: Victor Dinaire & Bissen,Yinon Yahel, Ezio Centanni & Constantino “Mixmaster” Padovano, and many more.

‘Free People (Volume 2)’ is available for purchase on iTunes, Bandcamp, and Beatport. It is also available for streaming on Spotify, and YouTube.

Track listing:

1. Free People (Victor Dinaire & Bissen Radio Edit)
2. Free People (Rene Ablaze Remix Edit)
3. Free People (Yinon Yahel Radio Edit)
4. Free People (Ezio Centanni & Costantino "Mixmaster" Padovano Classic House Remix)
5. Free People (Dani Toro Remix)
6. Free People (John LePage & Brian Cua Club Remix)
7. Free People (Sergio Matina & Gabry Sangineto TendenziA Remix)
8. Free People (Casey Alva Club Vocal)
9. Free People (Mauro Rizzo & Funky Junction Remix)
10. Free People (Tony Moran & Warren Rigg Instrumental Dub Mix)
11. Free People (DJ Head Mix)
12. Free People (Victor Dinaire & Bissen Instrumental)

About Radikal Records:
Established in 1990, and based just outside of NYC, Radikal Records is one of the United States’ leading independent record labels. In business for more than 20 years, they are focused on marketing, promoting, and distributing artists – not only to audiences in the USA, but also on a global basis to partners world-wide. Artists included on their roster over the years include: 2 Unlimited, N-Trance, Zombie Nation, ATB, Yello, Scooter, Schiller, Blank & Jones, Cosmic Gate, Sinead O’Connor, Voodoo & Serano, and many others. More information is available at http://www.radikal.com

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