Fenix releases new single ‘Satellite’ featuring American singer Frankie

Up-and-coming Russian producer/DJ, Fenix reveals his brand new original, ‘Satellite’ featuring American actress/singer/songwriter, Frankie. ‘Satellite’ is a groovy piano house tune that features a sexy female topline from Frankie. The vocals in the chorus are surrounded by whistles, making it extremely catchy. The snaps in the final breakdown also complement Frankie’s vocals with a melodic synth pattern leading back into the groovy Piano House masterpiece. There are several different layers throughout this tune, but the production is sharp and will take you to a whole other dimension on the dancefloor. We guarantee that you’ll be dancing nonstop to this tune when you hear it out at the clubs and radiostations alike over the next few months!

For the last decade Fenix has been worldly renowned for his DJ sets back in Moscow, Russia. 2007 became a turning point in Fenix’s career as his hit single, ‘I Believe’ broke into the mainstream charts in four different countries: the U.S., Germany, England, and Australia. ‘I Believe’ was a collaboration with UK dance stars Supafly Inc. For a while he released originals through his own label, Say Wow Records, but in 2016 made his debut on the legendary Carrillo Music with ‘Revolution’. ‘Satellite’ will be his second release with the label. It’ll be interesting to see what Fenix has in store for the rest of 2016; he has a promising career ahead.

Francesca Catalano, aka Frankie, has proven her talent and versatility throughout the last decade after being cast as the lead role on Whoopie Goldberg’s TV show, ‘Just For Kicks’, which aired on Nickelodeon in 2006. Shortly after, she was in a band with Dan Gallucci, former guitarist of Modest Mouse. Today she is known in the dance music scene for her song ‘Problems Problems’ and her collaboration with KSHMR and Dzeko&Torres on ‘Imaginate’, which has reached nearly 3 million plays on Soundcloud alone. She is currently working on projects with Grammy nominated producers Ralphi Rosario, Eddie Amador, and UK producer Liam Keegan.