New Delhi-born singer Vardaan Arora released his new single "Dance Like You" on Oct. 26. The dance track is packed with plenty of attitudes.
"Dance Like You" is Arora's second single this year following "What If." Last year, he released one of 2017's best songs "Like a Polaroid" and an '80s-like remix of his debut single "Feel Good Song." With 2018 seeing the best tracks from and for the LGBTQ community, the year has been nicknamed by lesbian singer-songwriter Hayley Kiyoko as #20gayteen and Arora, an openly gay artist, arrives in style with "Dance."
"Dance Like You" has the most BPM when compared with Arora's past singles. A bouncy house music beat backs Vardaan admiring someone living their best life on the dance floor. "I wish I could move like you," he sings. The deeper Vardaan gets into the music scene, the more confident he gets with each record. "You thought I was gonna sing a bridge, didn't you?" he jokes before adding, "I just want to dance like you." Arora smolders and snaps on this '90s-inspired club banger.
"Dance Like You" is now available on iTunes and Apple Music. There are no plans yet from Arora on a fuller EP or LP.