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Tuesday, January 04, 2022

Anabel Englund scores her fifth straight #1 song in her latest single, 'Midnight Rapture'

12/20/2021 12:05:23 PM

Singer/songwriter & DJ ANABEL ENGLUND has recently released her recent single Midnight Rapture, and it immediately got her to the #1 spot of the dance music charts.

Containing elements of the Blondie classic “Rapture,” Englund turns up the heat in her infectious single, and it garnered strong support from Channel Q (Audacy National), Diplo's Revolution (SXM), Evolution (iHeart), WCPY Chicago, WZFL Miami, Pride Radio (iHeart National), Music Choice, Studio54 on SiriusXM and more.

Released by ULTRA MUSIC and AREA10, this track also has a music video directed by Nikko Lamere—known for created memorable imagery for the likes of Noah Cyrus, Kehlani, Marina and Tiffany Young among others. For Midnight Rapture, Lamere created a flashy glam world of fantasy around a late-night rendezvous with Anabel, capturing a never-been-seen-before performance from one of dance music’s hottest artists right now as she steps out from behind the decks to sing and dance.

Fans can also find Anabel Englund on the cover of the premiere issue of DJ Life magazine as the five-time chart-busting singer & songwriter shares her story of her newfound talent out of COVID also being a DJ.
“Anabel Englund and Debbie Harry could be the same woman across different generations: a kick-ass vocalist initially known as the tell-tale voice of a music group (Hot Natured and Blondie, respectively) before finding solo success…Englund steps a little more snugly in Harry’s stilettos with her new single ‘Midnight Rapture,’ which samples Blondie’s 1981 Billboard Hot 100-topping hit ‘Rapture.’  The original’s funky, Chic-inspired production gets a peaktime-dancefloor bassline boost, while Englund’s husky voice slinks and soars, building a scene where the party’s vibes are so high and the lust so intense that hearts could explode. In another nod to Harry and ‘Rapture’—often considered the first Hot 100 No. 1 to feature ‘rap’ vocals—Englund delivers her own spoken-word verse of creating ‘paradise with a little risk.’ Take us there.” — Krystal Rodriguez, Billboard

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