On June 20th, 2015, Epictronic will proudly introduce our new American artist, Daví to fans throughout Europe and Japan with the new Dub/Dark R&B single, “Clear (Produced by Fakepakt X AtillA)” available on ITunes. The thrilling music video will be released on VEVO the same day.
Fakepakt and AtillA musically push the borders of Dubstep and R&B in “Clear” while Daví’s lyrics tell a mysterious tale of betrayal overturned by a new found clarity. The music video, filmed in both New York City and Istanbul, Turkey takes viewers on the a wild ride right along with track.
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The song is a collaboration between “one the most visionary artists of our time,” Daví (USA), Radio Adidas DJ/Beatmaker, Fakepakt (Turkey) and music producer, AtillA (USA). The video and single were developed in both Istanbul (Turkey) and New York City (USA). Fakepaktdiscovered Daví on the online music platform,Soundcloud and after a few messages back and forth, the collaboration was soon set underway. As Daví and AtillA have been longtime collaborators, Daví reached out to AtillA to tell him about the collaboration with Fakepaktand it just so happened that AtillA knew Fakepaktthrough a childhood friend; the project soon after became a trio. The serendipitous and powerful combination of these three wild talents is heard like crystal in ”Clear”.
Daví is an artist + choreographer, who creates music that seamlessly plays between the genres of electronic, soul and new wave. His innovative debut EP, ‘Got the Seed’ encourages his listeners to challenge the status quo of their society and themselves,all while they knock their heads to the beat. Known for his atypical performance stylings of concert, imagination and theater, Daví is usually compared to artists such as Prince, Erykah Badu and ParliamentFunkadelic.
As a choreographer, Daví has done freelance choreography for stage, music videos and feature films; working with everyone from actors, Kerry Washington, Craig Robinson and Melvin Van Peebles (choreographer of Lionsgate film, Peeples) to hip-hop electronica group, Cubic Zirconia (Fool’s Gold Records).
Some 2014 highlights leading to Daví’s signing with Epictronic include; one tributing visual artist Wangechi Mutu at the Brooklyn Museum (Brooklyn, NY); an NYC tribute to the legendary, Grace Jones; another show opening for bounce music tycoon, Big Freedia; and a feature in Google’s AtGoogle Talk Series (in the good company of Pres. Barack Obama, Lady Gaga and Brandy); most of which were sold-out shows.