Tania Doko co-writes Taylor Dayne’s brand new single.

Australia’s own Tania Doko has co-written Taylor Dayne‘s brand new single “Floor On Fire” which will be released worldwide in all online stores on June 17th.

“Floor On Fire” combines the Dayne’s  big voice and the latest sounds to form an explosive blend.

The song was written by  Taylor Dayne in conjunction with Tania Doko and  Swedish songwriters Niclas Kings and Ivar Lisinski.  Hit producers such as The Thin Red Men, Marc Lime & K-Bastian or Zoned Out chipped in perfect mixes especially suitable for the European, British and international audiences. The single contains a total of eight different versions.

Taylor Dayne stands out as one of music’s most dynamic artists. Her unique vocal style has earned her numerous best-selling gold and platinum albums, which produced seventeen Top 20 singles, among them number 1 hits such as “Tell It To My Heart”, “Love Will Lead You Back” & “Prove Your Love To Me”. During the course of her career, she has sold more than 75 million albums and singles worldwide, garnered three GRAMMY nominations and appeared in many film, television and stage roles such as “Love Affair” or “Cold Case”.

As one half of Bachelor Girl, Tania Doko enjoyed much success through the decade long journey with James Roche. It was 1998 when Bachelor Girl’s debut single Buses & Trains leapt onto the Australian music charts and since that time became one of the country’s leading live and recording acts. 

Recently, Doko reunited with Roche for the release of their greatest hits album, “Loved & Lost: The Best of Bachelor Girl” (Sony Music) on Friday 15th April, followed by a select group of live shows in May and June. ‘Loved & Lost’ is the first best of collection from Bachelor Girl and brings together hits such as ‘Permission To Shine’, ‘I’m Just A Girl’ & ‘Buses & Trains’ along with four ‘lost’ songs. These ‘lost’ songs were recorded between 2002-03 and have remained unreleased, until now.

 

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