This week’s Song of the Week comes from Giorgio Moroder, you know, the man responsible for crafting some of the most influential pop records of the past 40 years – from Donna Summer‘s “I Feel Love” to Blondie‘s “Call Me” to Irene Cara‘s “Flashdance…What A Feeling” to his memorable collaboration on Daft Punk‘s Random Access Memories.
Following the release of his first album in 23 years – last year’s spectacular Déjà Vu – the legendary producer has announced that he has returned to Casablanca Records after 30 years away from the famed label. And to celebrate his return, Giorgio has dropped a brand new tune for us: “Good For Me” featuring “Say Something” songstress Karen Harding!
The track is a stomping house number that is sure to grab your attention from the very first play with its modern disco groove and Karen‘s full-bodied vocal melodies. “I drive you crazy/ I’m so far from perfect/ Sometimes it feels like you’re too good for me/ You said I love you/ Is it really worth?/ Sometimes it feels like you’re too good for me,” she sings on the infectious hook.
“My goal is to make music that will make people want to dance, nothing else,” Giorgio told EW. “When I first met Karen, I couldn’t believe how young and talented she is! She was so excitable! The studio atmosphere was very fun. When I heard her voice, and met her in person I knew it would be perfect. She is a talented girl, radiating beauty inside and out.”