Seminal House Duo Ten City Return With First New Music in 25 Years

The single “Be Free” will be available January 29th on Ultra Music.

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Jan 29, 2021
Chandler Shortlidge

Two musical giants, Marshall Jefferson and Byron Stingily, have reunited under their Ten City banner.

Chicago’s Marshall Jefferson is the producer and vocalist behind seminal 1986 house anthem “Move Your Body (The House Music Anthem),” and American R&B and house-music singer Byron Stingily, also from Chicago, is the voice behind classics like “Get Up Everybody,” and has been remixed by many of house music’s greats. In 1987, the duo formed Ten City, releasing house classics like “That’s The Way Love Is” and “Devotion”.

After taking a 25 year break, Ten City have returned with new music. “Be Free,” their return single, “speaks to how we are more alike than different,” Stingily said in a press release. “It is a song about respecting and appreciating our differences!”

Pre-order “Be Free” below.

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