Grammy award winner Jess Glynne adds fresh vocals to Too Many Zooz & KDA’s smash hit ‘Warriors’ on remixed track ‘So Real (Warriors)’.
The original single is an anthem that’s branched out from the clubs into the public consciousness since it dropped back in May. It was named as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record in the World, became a favourite with BBC Radio 1 tastemakers Pete Tong, Danny Howard and MistaJam and was the official song of Gay Pride 2018 in London.
‘So Real (Warriors)’ is the perfect crossover and looks to be the latest success story from Ministry of Sound, renowned for their ability to match the hottest dance music producers with the world’s biggest pop stars. Here, Jess Glynne’s vibrant vocals are matched effortlessly with the energetic Too Many Zooz vs KDA instrumental version, creating a sure-fire pop-dance hit that’s built on a brass house backbone.
Listen to ‘So Real (Warriors)(feat. Jess Glynne)’ by Too Many Zooz vs KDA on the official Fantasy Premier League Music playlist on Spotify.
New York three-piece Too Many Zooz are no strangers to working with the most powerful women in music, being seen by Beyoncé, who drafted them in to collaborate on her ‘Lemonade‘ album thanks to their viral busking videos.
Taking their “brass house” sound from the subway to the world, they also caught the ear of London-based record producer KDA who reworked their track ‘Warriors’.
KDA has a history of crafting club records that go on to be pop hits. His previous dance anthem ‘Turn The Music Louder (Rumble)’ with Tinie Tempah & Katy B became a Platinum certified UK No.1 single.
Seeing an opportunity to blend Too Many Zooz’s incredible energy with his unique take on dance music, KDA’s version of ‘Warriors’ was born and now looks to follow in the footsteps of his previous crossover success.
Jess Glynne’s involvement underlines the power of this collaborative record. An artist who’s not afraid to be herself, and in doing so has achieved seven UK No.1 singles – more than any other British woman.
On ‘So Real (Warriors)’ she draws on her previous pop-dance hits to create an uplifting record that’s set to bring people together as it conquers the charts.