Lost Together

Fred Everything

Release Type: Album

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Song Title Artist
   Radio Everything Fred Everything
   On My Own feat. Roy Davis Jr Fred Everything
   St-Viateur Fred Everything
   Stay feat. Tim Fuller Fred Everything
   Here I Am feat. Lisa Shaw Fred Everything
   Lost (Together) Fred Everything
   Mercyless feat. Wayne Tennant Fred Everything
   Lying To You feat. Tortured Soul Fred Everything
   Mile End Interlude Fred Everything
   Understand Fred Everything
   Dont Nobody feat. NDea Davenport Fred Everything
   Shinjuku Ramen Fred Everything
   Mile End Fred Everything


Fred Everything is no stranger to the music game. He has over a decade’s worth of experience, and brings in the summer heat with his newest artist album ‘Lost Together’ – a polished blend of feel good dance tunes.

It’s what happened behind the scenes that brings freshness to this album. The relationships that were developed, how paths were crossed, and how a love for the same elements encompassed in dance music all involved a group of people to somehow form “Lost Together.” With a strong selection of vocalists giving their piece to the album, these sought after tracks come together to create an experience full of groovy fusion beats. It proves to be a record sure to remind you of those hot summer days.

A chance meeting with N’Dea Davenport brought “Don’t Nobody” to life. A huge fan of the Brand New Heavies, Fred did an unofficial remix of one of their tracks. While playing a gig in NY; N’Dea, who had heard the track and loved it showed up to see Fred in action.

Lisa Shaw, a close friend of Fred’s, brings forth her calming vocals that lighten the mood in “Here I Am.” Shortly after comes “Mercyless” feat. Wayne Tennant, which gives you a steady beat and solid groove, a combination that makes you want to roll down your window and turn up the volume. The amazingly talented house band known as Tortured Souls came into the project after being long friends and fans of Fred’s, while the legendary Roy Davis Jr. (Ubiquity) jumped on board after being presented the track.

It’s albums like this that truly showcase talent, from beginning to end — and satisfy the likes of dance music lovers while doing so.



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