Freddy Browne Collabs With Devin Di Dakta On ‘Everybody Feel Nice’

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From New York To LA to the entire world comes the multifaceted talent who goes by the name Freddy Browne.

The DJ/ Artiste/ Producer, recently released his track, ‘Everybody Feel Nice’ ( Skank and Move) which features Jamaican artiste Devin Di Dakta.

Browne was introduced to Devin Di Dakta by Sly and Robbie. The deejay was part of the Riddim Twins’ Sly & Robbie Presents… Reggae For Her — Devin Di Dakta & JL which was nominated for Best Reggae Album at the 2017 Grammy Awards.

Browne expressed; “The way I work is that I create all the music first and then have Devin do whatever he wants on the track. I’m inspired by his style, but I don’t create music specifically for a vocalist, I create it first and then the vocals/lyrics are developed by Devin,” he explained.

He went on to add; “This song will absolutely introduce Devin to a bigger audience, and new listeners on a global basis,

The track was released under Freddy Browne’s SOON Recordings label as a co-production with The Orchard and Sony Music.  

Further conversations reveal that ‘Everybody Feel Nice’ (Skank and Move) is presented as a part of Freddy Browne’s forthcoming album in celebration of his 17th year doing music. 

The  album is slated to hit stores in November and will feature Devin Di Dakta among other iconic acts such as; Shaggy, Sly & Robbie, with few features that have not yet been disclosed.

“17 is my lucky number and this year marks 17yrs of me creating music and for me, that’s something worth celebrating”

Freddy Browne has also created an extensive catalog of original material over the years, from his bands The Formula Project, One of Us and one7, to solo works starting with the 1st release in 2015 “The Recipe”, all leading to the upcoming new double album in 2022.  


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