Lights Over Paris’ “I’m Not A Gangsta” Featuring Game Available Today

Lights Over Paris’ “I’m Not A Gangsta” Featuring Game Available Today

Lights Over Paris’ new single “I’m Not A Gangsta”, featuring famed hip-hop guru Game, is available on iTunes and Amazon today. This is the debut single from the band’s first full length album, due out this summer on Digital Records. The track was produced by Dr Luke’s Ammo (Britney Spears, Ke$ha, Katy Perry, Pitbull) and recorded in Los Angeles.

This long awaited single has been in the making for almost a year, starting off as a rock hit and transforming into a hip-hop/pop track. Frontman, Robb “TaLLLLL” University describes the track as “a cross genre song that makes you want to dance, makes you want to throw your hands up, rock out, and definitely makes you want to party. This will be the summer anthem of 2011”.
The forthcoming album will also include producers Kool Kojak (Flo Rida, Travis Barker) and Matt Squire (3OH!3, Ke$ha, Panic! At The Disco) as well as features from musical sensation, DEV. “It’s not just another pop record that you will shelf after a few months, we worked extremely hard to make this a timeless record,” explains Robb.

The energetic Los Angeles band, Lights Over Paris (vocalist Robb University, keyboardist Will Pepper, guitarist Devin Bronson, bassist Mike Torres, drummer Dave Gentry and DJ Shiny) blends a mix of melodic rock hooks with pulsating dance rhythms and a taste of hip hop. Their music captured the attention of renowned producer Kevin Rudolf (Lil Wayne, Cobra Starship), as well as mixing engineers Tom and Chris Lord-Alge (Blink 182, Sum 41), and Serban Ghenea (Katy Perry, Ke$ha, Britney Spears) creating infectious tracks on their 2010 EP. Since coming together in 2009, this sextet has released an EP, garnered over 1 million YouTube views for their first hit single, “Turn Off The Lights” and gained rotation on numerous Top 40 stations throughout the country. The group made history with the first single to be featured on Pandora with digital only distribution. Their headlining 52-city “Turn Off The Lights” tour electrified audiences and inspired new fans with their unrivaled style and eclectic approach.

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