Majestic ft. Nonô Release New Single “Time to Groove”

Majestic ft. Nonô Release New Single “Time to Groove”

MAJESTIC FT. NONÔ RELEASE NEW SINGLE “TIME TO GROOVE”

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DJ, Producer and Radio host, Majestic, returns with his brand-new single “Time to Groove” featuring Nonô via Ministry of Sound/RCA Records. Listen HERE.

“Time to Groove” is a big crossover single hot off the press for the Summer. Majestic evokes a mixture of dance and disco sonics mixed in with the catchy hook sung by Nonô. Majestic has been teasing the sound on TikTok since February under #majestictt which has reached over 2.2M views.

This follows a ground-breaking year for Majestic whose viral reimagining of the Boney M euro-disco classic that has amassed 400million global streams, peaked at #11 in the UK Singles charts and made it onto the A-list on BBC Radio 1, Capital FM and Heart. It reached Platinum status throughout Europe and South-America whilst grabbing Gold certifications in France, Norway, Australia, Belgium, Italy and Finland. If that wasn’t enough the track reached the coveted #1 spot on Beatport and is now gold in the UK.

Crossing into a multitude of dance music genres, from UK Garage and house to D&B and Dubstep, Majestic has performed with the likes of Sigma, DJ EZ, MJ Cole, Judge Jules, and Laidback Luke. He pioneered an all-new concert-rave hybrid known as LIMITLESS, selling out five shows in London and taking it to Mallorca’s iconic BCM, Ibiza and Malia. He’s also been announced for an Ibiza Rocks residency this Summer.

Brazilian native Nonô hails from Rio de Janeiro and is now based in London. Her fresh and unique signature pop style, mixes Brazilian elements with vibrant rhythms. She has quickly amassed an impressive140K followers on Instagram and 1.6M monthly listeners on Spotify.

To find out more about Majestic, go to: 
Facebook | Instagram | Spotify

Photo Credit: Louis Smyth

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