Now and then, an infectious piece of dance-pop saturates the airwaves and becomes the earworm of the year. Sexxxy Beast’s new single Just Do Your Magic just might be that song. The new track is the debut from emerging Australian electronic music artist Sexxy Beast,  a gym motivation track, replete with hooks, humour, and irresistible slices of pure dance euphoria. After spending the past ten years as an actor and DJ, Sexxxy Beast discovered his love for singing and dance music. His new path became a dream of bringing the sounds of the past into the present with an unbridled, unapologetically joyful creative style. After working with producers David Manna and Dave Longo (Samantha Jade, Kate Miller-Heidke, Ella Hooper) on other music projects, Sexxxy Beast has armed himself with a sure-fire track: an ironic interpretation of a physical work-out that targets the dancefloor and the gym floor. It begins with a solid club groove and one of the main hooks, before quickly establishing its style, a cross-pollination of techno-pop and dance with a few nods to house, particularly with some of the essential key riffs. But the strength of this track lies in the simplicity and repetition of the hooks, and, of course, the lyric. With lines like Just do your lifts and suck your abs/Just do your splits and twerk that ass/Just do your boulders and then your traps, it’s easy to understand how Just Do Your Magic could attract a demographically broad group of fans. The production is suitably clean and dynamic, and the instrumentation is just the kind one would expect from a dance smash, with Sexxy Beast’s vocal performance equally appropriate and persuasive. Bursting with an array of sonic colour, techno-tinged energy, and tongue in cheek attitude Just Do Your Magic is primed to do its magic—all across radio and streaming platforms, here and on a global level.

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