Lempo’s ‘No More’ gets new remixes to further help awareness of the dangers of heart disease
Following on from the success of the initial ‘No More‘ release which has thus far gained over 100,000 streams, a top 40 chart placement on iTunes, Juno Download number one and support from many UK celebrities and
A Grammy-shortlisted DJ, producer and writer, Lempo‘s music career began in 2006 with residencies at Manchester’s now legendary Sankeys and Venus nightclubs. His success has seen him perform for global club brands including Ministry of Sound, Cream and The Warehouse Project.
Lempo underwent an emergency operation in 2018 to correct a heart condition that could have otherwise killed him within six months. A key feature on the original mix of ‘No More‘ is Lempo‘s use of samples. Using his iPhone, he recorded the sound of the heart rate monitor before his surgery at the Royal Stoke University hospital, and his own heartbeat after the operation using a stethoscope app.
All proceeds from the single and now the remix package will go to the charity to help fund cardiovascular research in the UK.
Our premiere comes from Toni Toolz, the London based ‘Big Mix Up Records’ boss man who has produced music under many pseudonyms during his 20 years in the music industry, with production credits including gold and platinum selling singles & albums
No More‘ Remixes will be available on all major download stores and streaming networks from 5th April 2019.