Denny To The Fray goes EDM with new single
After gaining much attention from breakout songs like Safe Sex, an unmistakable representation of the reggae-rap genre and Bobby, a trap/hip hop single, Denny To The Fray has delivered another genre and style with his newest release Sometimes, which sits comfortably in the EDM/alternative category.
The Canada-based musician explains that the main objective of his music is to be different.
"My music speaks volumes. I compose singles that allow my listeners to be educated while being entertained. This single is a high-energy track that will easily dominate the scene and cross over into the French market," he shared.
"I have been on this musical journey for a while and over the years I have had loyal supporters while steadily gaining new ones, and I am grateful for the push they give my music," he continued.
The song was created three years ago in Toronto, Canada, as an acoustic guitar ballad, and with constant reworking the song morphed into the energetic, inspirational song that it is.
The video stays true to the song's high energy, with Denny To The Fray dancing and celebrating life and nature.
The single, along with the video, became available on YouTube, iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Tidal, and all other digital media outlets last Friday.