Renaissance man, Giorgio Moroder has officially released his collaboration alongside Kylie Minogue, "Right Here, Right Now," from his upcoming studio album which is set for release this spring. A reportedly unfinished version of "Right Here, Right Now" was leaked over the weekend, but now the final version is available for download everywhere except the U.K., where it will be released on Jan. 30.
"Right Here, Right Now" was produced by Moroder and Patrick Jordan-Patrikios and was written by Moroder, Jordan-Patrikios, Karen Poole and David Etherington according to Billboard. The tune shows Moroder's ability to mold a track on which he is collaborating with. "Right Here, Right Now" features the best of both artists, with Moroder's oscillating deep bass and disco stylings under a soulful performance from Minogue that could have been delivered 40 years prior as she croons a stunning vocal performance from start to finish.
The still untitled album is slated to have an all-star cast of collaborators join Moroder on the album. Besides the aforementioned Minogue, the LP will feature Britney Spears, Sia, Charli XCX, Mikky Ekko, Foxes, Matthew Koma and many more who are yet to be announced.
In addition to the song being released, Moroder and Minogue have teased an upcoming music video with a 15-second clip that gives a good impression of what is to come from the full video.
Mr. Moroder has worked with some of the most famous names in music including Barbra Streisand, Elton John, Donna Summer, Cher, Janet Jackson, Chaka Khan, Freddie Mercury, Blondie and David Bowie to name a few. He was a featured collaborator on Daft Punk's Grammy-Award winning album, Random Access Memories, and the work on the album spurring his revival among the music community, young and old.