Martin Jensen x James Arthur – ‘Nobody’ Out Today March 1

Superstar DJ Martin Jensen teams up with global smash singer-songwriter James Arthur for a brand new surefire hit, ‘Nobody’. 

Written by Philip Plested and Scott Harris with Martin himself, the song is an uplifting slice of dance pop featuring acoustic guitars and exhilarating vocals.

“I’m freaking out just tryna play it cool I can’t believe I’ve never seen nobody like you”

Martin Jensen is an ambitious, driven and hard-working DJ and artist with a special ear for big tracks and catchy choruses. He is behind official remixes for acts such as Ed Sheeran and Katy Perry and has been ranked highly on DJ Mag’s Top 100 list for the last three years. In record breaking time Martin has managed to establish his name among the most popular DJs.

Martin’s biggest single, ‘Solo Dance’, has been streamed more than 500 million times on Spotify and has gone multi-platinum in over 14 countries. Overall, Martin’s singles have been streamed over one billion times on Spotify.

The last few years have been remarkable for James. He was recently awarded a disc for reaching a billion streams on Spotify with his No.1 global hit ‘Say You Won’t Let Go’. Only 18 records have achieved a billion streams on Spotify in history, and James is one of 10 artists globally to do this including Drake, Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber.

His recent duet with Anne-Marie ‘Rewrite The Stars’ from The Greatest Showman Reimagined has been streamed an amazing 251 million times, whilst his 2018 song ‘Empty Space’ has already hit over 86 million streams. His 2016 album “Back From The Edge” went straight to No.1 in the UK charts and has gone multiplatinum worldwide. In total James has now sold over 25 million records globally.

Stream and download ‘Nobody’ here.

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