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Tituss Burgess says, 'Dance, M.F.'

by Jim Provenzano

Tituss Burgess
Tituss Burgess  

You loved him in Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, ("Peenooooo Noir!"), 30 Rock, and you may have yet to enjoy his voiceover and singing talents in the new animates series, Central Park, as a rambunctious kid.

You also should know that Tituss Burgess is a tremendously talented singer of both witty and sincere songs. His latest, "Dance, M.F." speaks to us now about letting our inhibitions down in a time of crisis.

Tituss Burgess is quickly emerging as one of the entertainment industry's most versatile and dynamic performers, with his work in television, film and theater, generating both critical and commercial acclaim.

"Dance M.F. was born out of the panic I felt at the onset of the global crisis that has all of us in isolation," said Brugess in a press statement. "It was written for me - until I realized I wasn't the only one that needed to hear it."

The track features vocals by Imani Coppola and was co-written by Tituss Burgess, Imani Coppola, and Daniel Edinberg and produced by Daniel Edinberg, Michael Mangini and Tituss Burgess.

Download and stream the Danny Verde dance remix HERE.

Follow Tituss Burgess on YouTube for some unqualified audible joy.

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