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Manu Chevalier - I Belong to You
Manu Chevalier - I Belong to You

Manu Chevalier Spins a Disco Flamboyance with Latest, ‘I Belong to You’

Manu Chevalier and Micheal Washington drive up the energy with their latest single, ‘I Belong to You’. The track is crafted with 70s disco beats and slapstick pop vocals. Outpouring with enthusiastic passion, it tears down the walls with movement. This is the artist’s sophomore release that reinforces his splashy sonic style that he introduced with his debut single, ‘Get on the Dance Floor’. The vocal performance and charisma is strongly reminiscent of artists like Queen and Michael Jackson. There’s power, there’s style, and there’s flamboyance. Listen Now! 

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The track is bolstered to a symmetrical beat cycle. Funk grooves, springing instrumentation, and sparkling synths transfer and transform this punching rhythm with expressive vocals. The appeal of the song is in its strong retro references and components. And the artists elevate it with frames of soul, R&B, blues, and even jazz. Clouds of trumpets and misty saxophone details dimensionalize the sound and energy quotients. 

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Manu Chevalier is a French producer, songwriter, performer, and musician. He is also an experienced live musician as saxophonist and background vocalist. And the way he executes his talents to form dynamic and versatile soundscapes is beyond impressive. 

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

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