the 75 year old father of EDM just dropped a new album
Giorgio Moroder's 'Deja Vu' is packed with stellar guests, from Kelis to Charli XCX and Kylie Minogue.
When you're credited with pioneering EDM, your first record in 30 years isn't going to be modest. For his latest album, Déjà Vu Giorgio Moroder certainly went big, with a list of collaborators that includes Charli XCX, Britney Spears and Kelis. Australian artist Sia sings the album's title track 'Déjà Vu', while Kylie Minogue sings 'Right Here, Right Now', which recalls her iconic 2000s hits 'Can't Get You Outta My Head' and 'Spinning Around'. In a statement on his Facebook page, Giorgio, proving to be a total cutie, wrote:
"So excited to release my first album in 30 years, it took quite sometime. Who would have known adding the 'click' to the 24 track would spawn a musical revolution and inspire generations. As I sit back readily approaching my 75th birthday, I wouldn't change it for the world. I'm incredibly happy that I got to work with so many great and talented artists on this new record. This is dance music, it's disco, it's electronic, it's here to you. Once you listen... you'll feel it… déjà vu."