Wednesday, December 14, 2011

What Elen Levon & Israel Cruz Did Next

It's been a while since we heard new music from Elen Levon and Israel Cruz. The rising Australian pop stars, who previously collaborated on "Naughty", have joined forces again for a new track called "Save My Life". Only this time Israel takes the lead, while Elen lends her powerful pipes to the chorus. The 17-year-old diva's management was quick to point out that their hard-hitting hip-hop anthem is just an interim single. It will only be serviced to The Edge (Sydney's leading urban radio station) and I'm not even sure if there will be a video. Both singers have official second singles due in late January/early February, so I guess this is just a little treat for patient fans. To be honest, I wasn't expecting much from "Save My Life" but it's a great little song that showcases the pair's versatility and vocal prowess. The inspirational track hits iTunes on December 29. After the belated success of "Party Up" - and a second wave of "Naughty" promotion on the way - it will be interesting to see how it does. Listen to an unmastered demo below and let me know what you think.


Anonymous said...

When will these flops realise that no one is here for their D-Grade tunes? I mean, Elen is cool and has a lot of potential but Israel just needs to give up. He's tried so many times and never manages to score an actual decent hit.

Mike said...

Party Up was top 40!

Anonymous said...

pretty funny, never heard anyone copy drake so hard, dude is a joke