Canadian-Based artiste Denny to the Fray Set to Release EP in March

Canadian based recording artiste Denny to the Fray aims to take 2015 by releasing his much anticipated EP. The EP is set to be released in mid March and focuses entirely on social issues and bringing attention to the many social injustices that has been plaguing our communities.

Denny describes the EP as revolution music and said, when quizzed about it that he is just one person doing his part on shedding some light on some of these issues that has been somewhat overlooked.

Denny shares,” I am not saying that there aren’t other people doing their part. I have taken it on myself to just shed some light on some of these things that are happening that shouldn’t be happening. Babies having babies, there has been a lot of recent incidents where a lot of our girls have been raped and killed, disparity, political injustice there is so much that I want to say and I said it all in the form of this EP. ”

He Continues, “This is my contribution, like many before me and I am sure many more to come.”

The EP will be made available to all his fans across the world. There will be a special release for his Toronto based fans and as the month progresses; the public will be better informed.

“This EP is really near to my heart; I’m doing most of the production on my own and I am working with Impulse Recordings Label out of Toronto for the completion of this project.” Shared Denny

Fans of Denny to the Fray can also look out for him in Lafayette, Santos Party House New York on the 31st of March.

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