Recording Artist, NOAH, Gives “Team USA” Athletes in 2016 Rio Olympics Free Use Of His New Song “American Royalty”
International Recording Artist, NOAH, while preparing for the official release of his modern day American anthem “American Royalty”, is extending free use of the “American Royalty” recording to all Team USA Olympic Athletes who are competing in the 2016 Rio Olympics to sync with their personal video footage on their Youtube, Vevo, Vimeo or Dailymotion channels. The offer is not to be included with any other business or product endorsement.
The song opens with a sample from the legendary 1961 JFK Inaugural Address: “Ask Not What Your Country Can Do For You, But What You Can Do For Your Country” and has a smart reference in his second verse to Taylor Swift and her mega-hit “Blank Space”: “Living in A ‘Blank Space’ Swiftly Moving.” Bound to become a classic American pop song, NOAH sets his sights on the making “American Royalty” the theme song for the 2017 Presidential Inauguration Ceremony.
“American Royalty” was written and produced by NOAH with additional production by New York City based producer Eternal Love and was mixed by Brent Kolatalo (Bruno Mars, Drake, Eminem, Kanye West, Kendrik Lamar, JayZ) at Full Time Dreamer Studios and mastered by Tom Coyne (Adele, Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber, Sam Smith, One Direction) at Sterling Sound in New York City.
NOAH is most known for his 2014 Billboard and Music Week Dance Charting single “Keep On Movin’” and his 2015 release “Man In The Making” which hit the Top 10 on the Music Week Pop Dance Charts last summer.