Published on February 28th, 2020 | by Marilyn Reles0
Nashville Artist danny G coins ‘Flow Pop’ & Releases Video for “long live” feat. Travie McCoy
The genre ‘flow pop’ describes the pop/rap infused sonic landscape that artist danny G has coined as the ultimate description of his style and innovative vocal delivery on a track. Reminiscent of acts like G-Eazy & early Mac Miller, danny embodies an easy-listening yet upbeat vibe through relatable lyrics and easy to approach instrumentals. His new single featuring legendary vocalist Travie McCoy makes you want to be a kid again with it’s laid back, living in the moment nature. The official video for “long live” features a behind the scenes glimpse at the creativity behind the making of the track as well as concert footage that brings viewers right to the front row, embracing the authentic vibes that danny G and Travie bring to the stage.
Currently based in Nashville, danny invites an entirely new style to Music City, joining arms with the growth of Hip Hop and Indie Pop in a primarily Country music town. The rise of its Hip Hop scene is truly the city’s best kept secret, changing the narrative in Nashville so that all genres of music are provided a platform for artists to grow, blossom and hone their craft. The song is king in Nashville, which seems appropriate for the lyrical element of Hip Hop; the bar is set very high for songwriting and danny can absolutely compete with the pack.
The new video featuring Travie McCoy further embraces danny’s youthful spirit, demonstrating the forever summer feeling we all need right about now. danny makes it clear in his lyrics that his young spirit will never leave him, no matter how much wisdom he gains. He sings: “We got nothin’ figured out, long live the youth in me”. Seamlessly paired with Travie’s vulnerability on the track, the two emcees make you want to be their best friends for life.
A 22 year old pop/hip hop artist who defies genre limits, danny G draws inspiration from top pop acts such as Charlie Puth while at the same time harnessing influence from rappers like Dave East and YBN Cordae. danny pushes authenticity and love as he aims to inspire those who come across his artistry to be themselves and embrace their imperfections. The recent college graduate garnered the attention of big acts in 2019, putting out records with Xuitcasecity, Cam Meekins, and even hitting the studio with Gym Class Heroes frontman, Travie McCoy. danny is poised for a huge 2020 with lots of fun surprises on the way that you won’t want to miss.Tweet