Fresh music video for Paul Damixie’s new smashing single`Get Lost`
After being included in the MTV Dance UK and Kiss FM UK playlists with “Time”, Romanian DJ and producer, Paul Damixie, is now releasing the music video for his new smashing single`Get Lost`.
The song is already on heavy rotation on several Romanian radio stations and has entered Top 10 most played tracks. “Get Lost” is also one of the most popular tracks on Shazam Romania and went viral among Spotify users in the United States.
`I like the track very much and I am glad that it had a huge success in such a short period of time. The fact that it got on top 10 most searched tracks in Shazam and it gone viral on Spotify, it means people like it and we achieved our goal. I can hardly wait for you to see the music video, which is dynamic, colorful and “true” ‘, said Paul Damixie about his most recent succes – `Get Lost`.
The music video for Paul Damixie’s new track was directed by Alex Ceauşu and filmed entirely in Mexico. As the story unfolds, we discover that the main characters, involved in a bank robbery gone bad, wear the masks of two well-known and highly controversial figures. As any action comedie movie, the music video has a happy, but unexpected end.
Romanian born and raised, Paul Damixie is a producer, remixer and DJ, with a visionary taste for remixes. This brought him into the spotlight of music listeners and important radio stations.
He was also a DJ for the most succesful Dj projects in Romania – Radio Killer, which managed to creatively conquer the Romanian and the international music industry. The project is well-known for its most popular singles, “Voila” , “Be free” or ”Lonely Heart”.
Paul Damixie managed also to transform Adele hit “Hello” into a soulful House anthem that was highly appreciated all over the world. The remix has almost 1.000.000 Shazams. For his great performance in the US with the remix of „Hello”, Paul was awarded the iHeart Radio 2016 Remix Award (Remix of the Year)”, in Miami, during the “2016 Remix Awards” event. The prize was handed by Steve Angello, former member of Swedish House Mafia and one of the most important DJs in the world.