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CLMD Release New Single “Stronger”

Norway’s progressive house master CLMD, also known as Martin Danielle, releases his latest work “Stronger” featuring Davion Farris and Farah Ash today via Sony Music. After a summer full of stellar new tracks including “Dust”—which racked up over 11 million listens on Spotify to date—and “Night Train” with fellow Norwegian singer/songwriter Alida, “Stronger” complements CLMD’s tried and true progressive style while playing with a big room sound. Listen here
 
Operating under the motto “CREATE LOVE, MUSIC AND DREAMS,” CLMD has worked to turn a dream hatched in the basement of his childhood home into international success. His celebrated 2013 single “Stockholm Syndrome” has been certified platinum several times over in his native country; “Black Eyes & Blue” was chosen as the opening track for Ultra Music Festival’s official after-movie that same year.
 
CLMD’s latest track “Stronger” features vocals by R&B writer Davion Farris, whose credits include work with the likes of Ne-Yo, Lady Gaga, Trey Songz, and Usher. It was co-written by Norwegian-Moroccan artist and songwriter Farah Ash, whose vocals are also featured. Ash currently resides in Los Angeles, where she has started her own publishing company and works for Pitbull’s Famous Artist Music/Team Pitbull.

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