As the massive popularity of acts such as The Jackson 5, New Kids on the Block, Boyz II Men, Backstreet Boys and *NSYNC can attest, people can’t resist the simple pleasure of talented young guys singing together – and it doesn’t hurt if they’re not bad to look at either. Enter Midnight Red, a new group of exciting performers from across the country who are carrying on that legacy by bringing outstanding harmonies and electrifying dance moves to the pop landscape.
The buzz on Midnight Red was so strong that they were selected as the opening act for the New Kids on the Block/Backstreet Boys co-headlining tour last summer based on the strength of their digital EP One Club At A Time on 2101 Records/Kings of L.A. Entertainment/Interscope Records. After wowing audiences across America while on tour with NKOTBSB, as well as their own club dates, the guys are now gearing up for the national launch of their first single, “Hell Yeah” from their forthcoming full-length CD release.
“Hell Yeah,” produced by acclaimed hit maker RedOne, is an up-in-your-face electronic splash of pop with a driving club beat that will get you out on the dance floor. Arjanwrites.com says “Hell Yeah!” is a hit-savvy tune by a promising new pop act that is, quite frankly, too irresistible to be denied.”
While it seems everyone is talking about the recent British Invasion – take note of the recent popularity of One Direction and The Wanted – RedOne unleashes the USA’s best kept secret with Midnight Red’s “Hell Yeah.” The group also stands out by bringing a surplus of solid dance tracks to their live shows. No matter where they perform, it’s always their goal to make people want to get up and feel the beat, as evidenced by the amazing reception the group received at Universal City Walk last month.
Preview the “Hell Yeah” Remixes by Dave Audé and Morgan Page below: