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‘The four-year wait was worth it’

DNMUM441019 | 8/12/2019 | Author : Dhaval Roy | WC :495

Says singer-composer Denny about his track Give You Up, which is the lead single on UK icon Dido’s album

The Indian soundscape has been about sonic experimentation of late. For Australian singer-composer and DJ, Denny, that makes it a good time to be in the country. Says he, “I am doing more and more work here. Indian labels and artistes have been receptive of my work. It’s a great time to be a part of the scene!” While he has a base here, he travels to Australia and Europe, too. The backstoryI was born in the UK and my family migrated to Australia whilst I was still young, so, I was raised there. I have been active in music professionally for over five years, mainly as a composer and songwriter. I started out writing songs 15-odd years years ago, then developed a passion for DJing and also singing. I became active professionally in DJi
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