- ARTIST: Marvin Humes and A-Minor
- SONG: Girls on the Floor
SO ALEX, WHY IS THIS YOUR SONG OF THE WEEK?
So whilst Aston Merrygold storms the Strictly Come Dancing ballroom, JB Gill tends to another turkey flock/films for his CBeebies farming show Down on the Farm and Oritsé Williams beavers away on new material, where art thou Marvin Humes? Well, aside from DJing in Ibiza, and hosting the Big Top 40 every Sunday for the Global Radio network, he’s releasing a new single, that’s what.
Following a string of top 20 hits a couple of years back with his dance collective LuvBug, the boybander turned DJ, producer and TV host – hell he’ll probably add fire eater to that list by the time this blog is published – is back with another barnstorming floorfiller, aptly titled “Girls on the Floor”.
Taking it’s cue from some of the greatest dance anthems ever – more specifically, we were reminded of the Armand van Helden mix of Tori Amos’ “Professional Widow” and Major Lazer’s “Pon De Floor”, “Girls on the Floor” is seriously addictive and guaranteed to raise the roof at clubs from Manchester to Miami this autumn.
Click here to listen to the full length version of “Girls on the Floor” over on the Mixmag website.
“Girls on the Floor” is available to download and stream from 27th October via LuvBug Recordings. Twitter: @MarvinHumes
Don’t forget to let me know your thoughts of my song choice this week on my Twitter using the hashtag #SongoftheWeek!