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CASTELLI - LOVE is LOVE - The Paige Official Remix



Artist CASTELLI has her hit single “LOVE is LOVE” on iTunes and Spotify. The melodic, energetic and emotionally empowering single was written by CASTELLI and remixed by DJ Paige. Inspired by CASTELLI's real-life struggles as a member of the LGBTQ community, the song re-imagines club music as an outlet for cultural diversification and liberation. 
Fierce, spirited and deeply motivated, CASTELLI is ready to lead a career that will change the lives of people, challenge the perspective of the music industry, and support the message of diversity and acceptance through the power of her heart-pounding compositions. Born in Brooklyn, New York within an eccentric Italian family, CASTELLI has grown up participating in all forms of art including singing, dancing and composing songs since she was six years old. With the support of her family, CASTELLI built up a rounded background within the music industry including scoring the soundtrack for film and TV and producing and recording music at Cove Studios and Dream Factory. 
Nothing is more impactful to CASTELLI's music than her insight into discrimination within the music business. CASTELLI is a proud member of the LGBTQ community, and she grew up watching an industry which did not endorse gay or bisexual artists. Wanting to empower those who have ever felt deplored by generational stereotypes, CASTELLI took to writing beautiful, awe-inspiring tracks that incorporated the best of popular club music. Vibrant, catchy and lyrically heartening, CASTELLI is currently crafting music that's deeply inspirational and sensationally memorable. "Music is therapy," affirms CASTELLI, "and if I could help someone be stronger or move someone through my music then my mission is complete!"

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