Music Industry News Network [03-03-2017]
Bongo Boy Records Proudly Presents 'Stop Pushing Love Away' The Upcoming Pop Single By The Pete V Project
Written by: Marie Virginie Pierre
Produced by: Marie Virginie Pierre and Paul Miles
Record Label: Bongo Boy Records
Street Date: 4.4.17 | UPC 700191991896 | USPXQ | USA | ASIA | WORLD
Belvidere, New Jersey
Date: March 3, 2017
The Pete V Projects upcoming single 'Stop Pushing Love Away' is the follow up to the positively received 'Come On Baby (Come On Over)' which featured the vocal talents of Reece Bahia, and it continues to have world-wide radio airplay.
It's not often the music industry hides a talent like Marie Virginie Pierre who is the artist known as the "Pete V Project". 'Stop Pushing Love Away' showcases Marie's sublime vocals as well as her skills as a song-writer and producer. The song was co-produced with Paul Miles.
As with the first release, the track blends dance beats with strong melodies 'Stop Pushing Love Away' is a drum and bass infused pop track with a haunting saxophone solo delivered by the formidable Antonio Campbell.
At first listen the 'Stop Pushing Love Away' seems to be in response to the answer phone message voiced by Adam David Barker. However Marie explains that the answer phone message is supposed to be a manifestation of fears we all have of rejection and song is actually a love-song to yourself, to love yourself and to let love in.
'Stop Pushing Love Away' is being released by Bongo Boy Records on the 4th April 2017, building on the successful relationship between Bongo Boy Records and The Pete V Project.
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