You'll be in a Great "Mood" After Watching This Video From Zack Martino and Dyson
On a sleepy Saturday afternoon in New York City, “Mood” is the song that we absolutely need right now. Zack Martino—Armada Music’s newest signee—just dropped the official music video for “Mood” yesterday.
Accompanied by sultry and upbeat vocals from multi-platinum-selling artist and songwriter Dyson, the music video features impressive footwork from Instagram dance influencer Vanesa Seco. Music & Mojitos promises that you’ll want to shuffle along with her after pumping up the volume to “Mood.” Watch the video below and tell us otherwise.
Zack Martino is on a roll lately. His recent remix of Armin van Buuren’s single, “Lonely For You” featuring Bonnie McKee, got the industry buzzing a couple of weeks ago. It’s not the first time Martino got people talking. In 2018, his collaboration with VASSY for “Doomsday” hit #1 on Billboard’s Dance/Club Songs chart. Talk about having a serious taste for success. With Armada Music behind him, the sky’s the limit for the young producer from NYC.
Dyson is no stranger to putting out bangers, either. The U.K. artist wrote major hits for superstars like BTS, Girls Generation, Cascada, Skylar Stecker, and countless others. Now taking her rightful place on center stage for “Mood,” Dyson proves that she’s more than the girl who helps make others famous. She’s got the electric vocal chops to solidify her own name not only in dance music, but the music industry at large. Music & Mojitos believes that Dyson is someone to keep your eyes on this year.
“Mood” is a song that will make you want to move your feet on the dance floor or the kitchen floor—it hooks you no matter where you are. In a press release, Martino says it best. “‘Mood’ to me is a feeling. It’s how your emotions play a huge role in the music you love. I hope whenever you hear ‘Mood,’ it brightens up your day and makes you want to dance.”
Just like our girl Vanesa Seco, Music & Mojitos is wildly dancing while blasting “Mood” on repeat. We know we aren’t the only ones, so go ahead and get down with your bad selves before tipping back a weekend happy hour mojito you’ve rightfully earned.