Nayo – Desert Storm hits club chart with top DJ remixes

Nayo - Desert Storm

With Radio 1 airplay and a club chart position already on the move, new single “Desert Storm” from the fresh-sounding Nayo is tipped to make big waves.

Read the Nayo interview!

“Desert Storm” is an ode to the Sahara about the phenomenon of inescapable attraction. Co-written with KK (Dido, Kylie Minogue), the track features strong influences of jazz, trip hop and bossanova and is set for release in the UK on November 12th 2007.

This release includes a massive gritty electro-house mix from the much in-demand duo Eric Smax and Thomas Gold plus Grammy award winning Paul Harris provides a driving but funky house mix with Julian Peake as SuperBass.

Huge Support for this dance floor stormer comes from likes of BBC Radio 1′s Judge Jules, Oliver Lang, Jim “Shaft” Ryan and many more.


“Desert Storm”
“Desert Storm” Smax + Gold mix

Nayo (nigh-awh) is no ordinary girl. Born Temitope Odunayo Abidoye in Lagos, Nigeria, Nayo arose from the tragedy of losing her father through the power of music, faith and hope. Amidst the harsh realities of her troubled nation whilst grooving along to Astrud Gilberto, Sade, politically charged lyrics of Nigeria’s own Fela Kuti and Bob Marley, Nayo looked inward and sought to turn around her tragedy into something positive. With this renewed sense of determination, she relocated to the UK shortly after and released her debut single “African Girl”.

Watch “African Girl” by Nayo video:

Nayo – “African Girl” video link

For more information, go to:

Nayo Official Website
Nayo on Myspace

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