You can be sure this song will captivate you.
DAYVID just took the wraps off his new single "Sure Of Me."
"Sure Of Me" is the first single off DAYVID's forthcoming album, No Signal, slated to drop in 2019. The song is about a yearning desire for self-assurance, on "Sure Of Me" DAYVID reveals his vulnerability through intimate lyricism: "Two steps back, unraveling, twisted roads and tragedies; I'm just out here dying to find me."
A native of SoCal, the 20-year-old singer-songwriter began writing music at the age of 14. Eventually relocating to Los Angeles, where he worked with Fedde Le Grand and Navarra, DAYVID's inimitable sound blends elements of country, R&B, pop, and EDM into musical treasures.
Explaining his creative process, DAYVID says, "I co-write all my songs, and I am deeply involved in the whole process including production, mixing/mastering, and creation of visuals. I don't imitate anyone, but try to create music that speaks for me."
"Sure Of Me" opens with a potent, infectious R&B-flavored rhythm flowing into a tight, muscular pop tune with tints of dance savors. Exuding beau coup harmonic energy, the tune rides concentrated sonic pulses and glossy dark textures. I love the smoldering passion, susceptibility, and raw sensuality of this tune.
DAYVID's voice, mesmerizing and suffused with rich mellow timbres, conveys luxurious emotional commitment. It's one of those plush voices tailor-made for pop, chock-full of soul and flavored with cool velvety tones, alluring with a gravitational magnetism.
With "Sure Of Me," DAYVID confirms his massive talent. This track is first-rate.
Randy Radic is a Left Coast author and writer. Author of numerous true crime books written under the pen-name of John Lee Brook. Former music contributor at Huff Post.
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