Reimagining Of Sharam’s ‘Party All The Time’ Dominates At Miami Music Week

The song that took over this year’s Miami Music Week? Adam Beyer, Layton Giordani, and Green Velvet’s collaborative rework of Sharam’s 2007 classic, ‘Party All The Time.’

Before its official release on Friday, April 5th, the track had already dominated at Miami Music Week, on top of existing support from heavyweights Armin van Buuren, John Summit, Fisher, and Oliver Heldens ahead of MMW. The track quickly earned its status as the track of this year’s Miami Music Week thanks to support from Vintage CultureMochakk, and more. Check out the remix below, out now via Armada Music and Drumcode.

‘Party All The Time’ first debuted back in 2006 at Miami’s Winter Music Conference before eventually reaching #8 in the UK Official Charts. Now, with this contemporary rendition, which pairs the edgy, thumping production of Adam Beyer and Layton Giordani with the unmistakable vocals of Green Velvet, Sharam’s hit is poised to dominate the festival circuit once again.

Testament to the enduring appeal of ‘Party All The Time’ by original artist Eddie Murphy is evident in its various interpretations over the years, with artists such as Hannah Laing and Ultra Naté putting their own unique spins on the track. Each iteration breathes new life into the song, solidifying its status as an anthem for the ages. The rework transports listeners back to a mid-2000s nightclub, just in time for summer.