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Ultra Naté – Hero Worship

Review of the album from the club anthem queen

Hero Worship
Video from Ultra Naté starring Destiny’s Child – Michelle Williams Karl Giant
 
After a six-year hiatus, one of dance music’s most beloved (and talented) house divas is back and fiercer than ever. Ultra Naté returns to the dancefloor with her latest full-length album, whose title, Hero Worship, is befitting of her legendary status. 
 
This release is a testament to Ultra Naté’s strength and consistent run of club classics over the last 20 years (who doesn't still throw their hands in the air when "Free" comes on?). The new album takes listeners on a high-energy, dance-filled journey of electronic music – from straight-up club anthems, like “Everybody Loves the Night” and “Turn It Up,” to late-night sexy-grooves like “Radio,” the album is infused with dub-step, pop, rock and R&B influences and her signature and empowering progressive-house style. 
 
Hero Worship’s deluxe edition offers 18 tracks and features collaborations from some top talent, including Michelle Williams (Destiny’s Child), David Morales, Chris Willis and Robbie Rivera. The album has something for everyone; don’t be surprised if it becomes a staple of your summer playlist — turn it up.