“Internash” sets a fierce 90’s beat against a sassy, modern day kick. Its message is about embracing the world as your playground, just as the gorgeous 90s supermodels used to do. It is both a throwback to and an evolution from RuPaul’s famous song about the runway, “Supermodel (You Better Work),” explains DEX. “For some, the song will relight the fire of fierceness we first felt when Ru commanded us to work. For those who never got to experience those days, Internash will be their chance to snap their fingers on the dance floor, bitch-face each other and just laugh up a storm to the beat of a liberating party anthem.”
Music & Lyrics: Dex Experience & Omri Anghel
An American keyboardist, arranger, songwriter, remix artist, DJ and record producer of French descent. Playing in bands in his formative years, he got his real start in the mid-1980s working as a keyboardist, guitarist, and songwriter for such producer/remixers as David Morales, Frankie Knuckles, Arthur Baker, Mark Kamins, Justin Strauss, Peter Rauhofer, and Richie Jones.
As a remixer he has worked with Ayumi Hamasaki, Garbage, Usher, Alicia Keys, BT, Whitney Houston, Marianne Faithfull, Goldfrapp, Cher, Shakira, Enrique Iglesias, Sheryl Crow, Lenny Kravitz, Kylie Minogue, Korn, Moloko, Smash Mouth, New Order, Yoko Ono, Dido, Brandy, Depeche Mode, Curtis Mayfield, Brand New Heavies, Robert Palmer, Afrika Bambaata & Soulsonic Force, Kate Bush, 808 State, Jessica Simpson, Anastacia, Donna Summer, PM Dawn, Miley Cyrus and RuPaul, among numerous others.
An American house music DJ and producer. In addition to his production and DJ work, Gauthreaux (pronounced GO TROW) is also a reporter for Billboard magazine and has a resume full of club appearances and main events that spans the last 15 years – with the list ever growing.
His production career has included official remixes of major dance artists like Steven Redant, Leo Blanco, Tony Moran and Kristine W., not to mention mainstream top 40 artists like Adele, Rita Ora, Blondie, Troye Sivan, Justin Bieber, & Brian Justin Crum. Most recently, his big room progressive-tribal remix of Diana Ross’ classic anthem “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” with Brazilian producer DJ Leanh, has taken the circuit by storm, with major support by DJ GRIND, Suri, Dan Slater, and many more.
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