TWO AM Music Malaysia completes a remix of Lorde's 'Royals' for Cadillac in the China market

Cadillac4.jpgMalaysian Music Production Studios TWO AM have recently completed a remix of Lorde's 'Royals" for Cadillac and the China market.

Shot in the streets of New York City for Cadillac by inimitable French director Eric Will, the spot features a TWO AM remix of artist Lorde's world-wide hit 'Royal.

Cadillac2.jpgCadillac.jpgCadillac3.jpgTWO AM composer Oliver Stutz said, "It was refreshing to get to work on such an amazing track. I put the finishing touches on the remix created by Chris Hurn from TWO AM New Zealand."

Cadillac USA have already said it is the finest piece of work they have had created for them for the China market.

"Working with those guys was awesome and it always is. I first searched the net for all remixes of "Royals" and it just never caught up with the level of the song. What Two AM‬ did was offer a wonderful new take on the song while respecting its true essence. Well done!" Adds Film director Eric Will.‬

Two Ams Anton Morgan said, "it fills me with great pride to have such awesome in-house talent such as Oliver Stutz and Chris Hurn".

Credits -
Kit Yu: Executive Creative Director (McCann Shanghai)
Alen Sun: Agency Producer (McCann Shanghai)
Eric Will: Film director       
Maher Maleh: DOP
Gemini Wong: Executive Producer (GreenSpot Shanghai)
Ricky Lu: Producer (GreenSpot Shanghai)
Anton Morgan: Music Director (Two AM Malaysia)
Chris Hurn: REMIX - Music Composer (Two AM NZ)
Oliver Stutz: MIX and MASTER Music Composer (Two AM Malaysia)
Alison Yong: Executive Producer (Two AM Malaysia)

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