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So Delicious

by Salme

Electronic dance princess Salme heats up dance floors around the globe with her sultry, seductive electro romps such as thihs one. Also featuring Noa Tylo on vocals.
Genre: Electronic: Dance
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With a sound and fearlessness that reminds you of the young Madonna and Lady Gaga, Salme's electronic dance music is for the dance floors around the world. She stormed onto the dance scene in 2008 with her super catchy song "C'mon Y'All", which climbed the Billboard Dance Chart and was prominently featured in ad campaigns for Juicy Couture and Suave.

Salme's latest single SO DELICIOUS, written & produced by Salme, featuring glam boy Noa Tylo on vocals, has dominated dance floors around the globe since it's release in Novemeber of 2010 and it became a Top 10 Billboard Dance Chart hit in March of 2011.
The CD includes mixes by legendary DJ Junior Vasquez, Los Angeles-based powerhouse DJs Massi & De Leon, Martin Fry & David Knapp and Tribal Injection Vs. Roxwell from Portugal.

Born in the countryside of Sweden, Salme began studying classical music at the age of four. She spent her teenage years writing songs and performing with local bands. Salme’s professional career began when she signed a publishing deal with EMI. She spent countless hours in the EMI studio learning the craft of producing and experimenting with different genres of music. She traveled to the US in 1999 where she soon sparked a buzz in the music scene leading the NYC underground band aboyandagirl. With Salme center stage, an aboyandagirl show delivered live music with a passion and energy that matched the best. Within a year of its creation, aboyandagirl were signed to RuffLife/Warner Records.

After going solo in 2003 Salme released an EP version of “The Acid Cowgirl Audio Trade” in 2004 and another EP, “Bible Bombastik" in 2006.
In 2008 Salme released the critically acclaimed “The Acid Cowgirl Audio Trade” full-length album. The CD included “C’mon Y’All” which spent 6 weeks on the Billboard Dance Chart and received lots of praise from RPM radio and DJs around the world. The song was also featured in commercials for Juicy Couture and Suave. Every song off of “TACAT” got licensed (a first for a female artist); a feat that led the Wall Street Journal to crown Salme “The Licensing Queen”.

Salme is currently in the studio working on a new full- lenght album due out in early 2013


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