KIMMIC and Ultra Naté Join Forces on Rework of 1995 Classic ‘Party Girl’

January 26, 2024 - Scottish up-and-comers KIMMIC have joined forces with legendary singer-songwriter/DJ Ultra Naté on the much-anticipated release of certified anthem ‘Party Girl (Gonna Do)’. First teased on TikTok and SoundCloud, this fiery rework of Ultra Naté’s Top 10 1995 classic ‘Party Girl (Turn Me Loose)’ has sparked massive buzz with 1M views and counting across both platforms, and is on track to becoming a high-energy set staple.

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Please click here to listen to Ultra Naté & KIMMIC – Party Girl (Gonna Do)

“I wrote the song 'Party Girl' during the heyday of 90's New York underground clubbing culture for an indie film that went on to become a bonafide cult classic and iconic Parker Posey’s film debut,” says Ultra Naté. "It’s great to see the spirit of the 90’s is alive and well with quality songs from the era still inspiring the kids, and it’s even more exciting when it’s one of my own because we put so much love into the work.”

Originally released on New York City’s prestigious King Street Sounds label, ‘Party Girl (Turn Me Loose)’ went on to peak at #6 on the US Dance Charts. Now, KIMMIC has harnessed Ultra Naté’s scintillating vocals to assemble a dance floor weapon ready to cause damage across clubs globally.

“This has been such a wicked tune to play out, and we’ve loved seeing the crowd reaction,” KIMMIC says. “We’re grateful to have the opportunity to jump on such a classic and can’t wait for this track to be yours.”

Ultra Naté adds: “Now, the track gets to have another fabulous moment in the sun – this time as ‘Party Girl (Gonna Do)’ with KIMMIC and on Armada Music! I really do get to “do it all again” as the song says... Here’s to all the party girls out there!”

‘Party Girl (Gonna Do)’ is now available to stream via Armada Music.

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