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article imageReview: DJ Tony Moran soars on new song 'High,' helps Orlando victims Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 27, 2016 in Music
Orlando - DJ Tony Moran tugs at the heart on a remake of "High," where he collaborates with dance queens Nicki Richards and Zhana Roiya.
Three of the biggest names in clubland are sending love to Orlando, and they released a song and a music video that benefits the victims of the Pulse nightclub shootings, where 49 people were killed and 53 were injured in the attack, making this one of the deadliest mass shootings by a single gunman in our nation's history. To check out the Pulse Victims Fund Go Fund Me campaign, click here.
"High" is an LGBTQ anthem about being able to bond and unite, as one prevails above adversity. The song is calming, atmospheric and heartfelt. They do the British pop duo Lighthouse Family, who originally recorded "High," more than justice on this moving rendition. Director Karl Giant did a solid job on the music video's direction.
DJ Tony Moran has been dubbed as one of the godfathers of the "freestyle" music movement, and rightfully so. He helped launch the music careers of such early '90s artists as The Cover Girls and Lisette Milendez. He went on to produce and collaborate with such acclaimed musical acts as Gloria Estefan, Madonna, Janet Jackson, and Luther Vandross, among others. He has remixed for Jennifer Lopez and Rihanna and is perceived as one of the most influential DJs and producers in the house music scene. His "High" collaboration soars, and garners an A rating.
The track is available on iTunes by clicking here.
To learn more about DJ Tony Moran and "High," check out his official homepage.
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