Paul Dreamz is a UKG/House artist located in London England. He has released many free tracks which you can be downloaded from his SoundCloud page. Paul has a new track called “Summer Jam” which will be out on No Bounds Records on Friday April 8th. No Bounds Records is a house label located in Washington D.C. Please visit their website at www.noboundsrecords.com where you can learn more about their artists and connect with them via their social media websites.
“Summer Jam” is originally a song by German dance music group The Underdog Project. It was released on November 14, 2000. The song was the first single from their album “It Doesn’t Matter”. The song was considered a big hit in Europe. The single also aired on some of the most popular radio stations in the USA like WPOW in Miami and New York City’s WKTU. The song was released in the UK in 2001, and re-released as “Summer Jam 2003” in 2003. Now Paul Dreamz gives his own personal touch to song in a freshly mixed 2016 version.
I would recommend “Summer Jam” to anyone, its energetic and relaxing all at once if that’s possible and manages to cater to a broader market than just the dance/club scene. This is such a moving and uplifting song: it instantly catches your attention with its thick bass and drum rhythm, the vocals start telling the story, and you’re hooked as it moves towards sweet piano-driven choruses. Paul Dreamz eschews hyperbolic concepts; reinvigorating the electronic music and remixing format, by showing a record can still be smart and anchored by the dance floor.
An innovative, forward thinking, melodic, exciting and talented dj/producer, Paul Dreamz is truly an artist to treasure. Listening to the music you really get a sense that the guy is a genuine artist. He really does know how to structure his mixes that bring the listener on interesting aural journeys, especially if you already know the song, as is the case with “Summer Jam”. His dance anthems could successfully be traversed from underground club culture into the commercial charts and would spike instant recognition.