Article by: Justyn Brodsky
Grasping an aura of hypnotic energy and an enchanting, versatile melodies – we get an exercise of electronic ambience with Lorenzo Doryon‘s new Pop-infused single “Friends (I Don’t Wanna Be).”
Accompanied by a colorful and eye-catching lyric video, this track delivers components of today’s likability factors among the Pop genre with many elements that balance on originality and familiarity. The production value is top-of-the-line and really brings Lorenzo‘s authenticity and talent to the forefront.
However, it’s his voice that carries the most weight throughout the song. His subtle and charismatic mid-ranged vocal delivery is soothing, moving, and bound to capture your heart and your attention. The colorful framework of the lyric video adds an atmosphere that resonates perfectly with the music, and really takes you on an audio and visual journey.
This track, debuting on the retail charts this week, is one of many song from his highly anticipated upcoming EP Paint The Night. Produced by Gemini (producer for Justin Bieber) and written by Jimmy Burney (songwriter for Demi Lovato) and Lorenzo himself. The EP was mastered at Abbey Road by Christian Wright (Ed Sheeran/ Coldplay) in London.
On top of terrestrial radio, the single will also be garnering regular play and rotation in nearly all retail chains including the Apple Store, AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Six Flags, Staples, Best Buy, Subway, Denny’s, McDonalds, Hyatt, Dominos, Pizza Hut, Papa Johns, among others.
With a voice and image like Lorenzo‘s, this single is the perfect demonstration of his innovative vocal abilities and insatiable passion for creating a perfect melody. “Friends (I Don’t Wanna Be)” will delve you right into his artistic merit and win you over immediately from the very second the song starts, and will stay with you long after it’s over.
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