GATTÜSO Releases New Powerful Melodic Track ‘Cruel‘ Featuring Love Harder via Ultra Music
“Cruel” starts off with a grand opening, immediately captivating listeners with commanding vocals.
The song itself is about the image people create of themselves, specifically how those with power instill dominance and even cruelty.
“The team at Ultra introduced me to Will (Love Harder) a few months ago and he sent me the first idea for “Cruel“. Will’s got that magic “hit-making” touch and this one grabbed me right away from the first few seconds. I knew I had to put the GATTÜSO spin on it and here it is!, GATTÜSO says
“Cruel is a record fit for our times. I am super proud to have collaborated with Gattuso to bring you a record you can dance to that delivers a message.” – Love Harder, adds.
GATTÜSO (AKA Reem Taoz), inked a brand new label deal with Ultra Music. The first single from the impressive deal was “Walk On Water,” featuring Kat Nestel. Next, GATTÜSO and R3HAB teamed up for “Creep” – a cover of one of Radiohead’s most iconic tracks – redone with a vocal big-room house vibe, marking the first-ever recording for Spotify’s inaugural “mint Singles” program, a companion to its flagship dance playlist, mint, and a spin-off of the popular “Spotify Singles” series, which helped propel the track into an international success. He followed that up with “Life” (a fresh take on the 1999 single written by hit-making singer, Des’ree) which was featured in an episode of the beloved Netflix series “Sex Education Season 2” and skyrocketed to #32 on the Shazam Top 100 globally. Most recently, GATTÜSO teamed up with dance music icon Laidback Luke and pop artist/songwriter Sarah Reeves for the smash “Heart On My Sleeve.”
Love Harder is a dance project by acclaimed award-winning producer, Will Simms. Love Harder’s debut single, ‘Oblivion’ featuring Amber Van Day was snapped up by heavyweight US dance label, Ultra Music, and has racked up 20 million streams on spotify alone. Simms is a hugely successful songwriter and producer with credits for acts as diverse as Aloe Blacc, Lady Leshurr to Girls Generation. His fresh, forward-thinking production work was included in Billboard’s “Songs That Defined The Decade”.