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Paul Mayson & Grammy-Nominee Saint Sinner Drop New Single “Believe”



Paul Mayson is at it with vengeance after a period of creative exploration. He has teamed up with American GRAMMY-nominated singer/songwriter Saint Sinner. The DJ/Producer has brought new life to Cher’s pop hit “Believe” for his first release out today with Sony Music. The new single is a great interpretation of the sound featuring a modern twist with a fusion of 90’s era house music. They used drum machine samples and a timeless dancefloor groove with pop sound design, altogether creating a contemporary dance track.

Mayson has always been fascinated by sampling and the early years of house music. Mayson was intrigued when he witnessed Cher’s iconic global number 1 hit “Believe” take over the room at an intimate club party and realised that the legendary pop song still retained its allure more than 20 years later. Mayson’s passion for club culture and house music is evident throughout, breathing a sense of freedom and positivity to the track.

Mayson is a fan of American singer Saint Sinner. He had the desire to marry a contemporary vocal feel on top of the track and that is exactly what Saint Sinner delivered. A songwriter, composer, producer, and performer in her own right, Saint Sinner’s music has culminated more than 35 million streams after bursting on the scene with solo releases as well as the indie electronic album Weather which was nominated for a Grammy in the United States.

“I locked myself in the studio for two years to fully focus on producing and writing new material and to be able to freely explore creatively with no boundaries or distractions. As a result, my love for house music resurfaced. I’ve felt very excited to bring back the positive and liberating feeling of electronic music and club culture in a modern way.” – Paul Mayson

2021 marks the start of a new era for Paul Mayson, who returns with new music and the signing of a major record deal with Sony Music. The global pandemic and the lockdown have had a huge impact on the music industry, but Mayson thinks that these current circumstances make club music even more meaningful to people.


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