WASTED – EP (Release February 24, 2018)
As one of America’s next top single artists, Dell Viant is proud to unveil his debut collection, which features original singles Sunlight and Not Tonight.
Written by Dell Viant and Produced / Engineered by Quantum Waves
This February 24th, Dell Viant will launch his new album Wasted, on the album will be expected hits as well as music to inspire.
Eduardo Antonio Lopez del Campo artistically known as “Dell Viant”, is an upcoming Cuban American Singer – Songwriter who was very young when he began to have a passion for singing and writing music. Dell Viant describes his music to be dark and intense with hard beats and mesmerizing vocals, all blended together to form a Dark Pop Genre.
Born In Holguín Cuba, Dell Viant was surrounded by an artistic family with the same love for music as he has influencing him to be the musician he is today. Drawing influences from several pop artists including Lorde, etc, etc, his accessible sound and texture mixes a familiar Pop experience with the flavor of his Latin heritage.
Dell Viant’s new record “Wasted” is produced by Quantum Waves and is expected its first single release in early February 2018.
Out now is the single “Sunlight” – Watch on YouTube\
Sunlight is powerful and passionate, showing his musical roots in the hypnotic rhythms of his Cuban heritage. With brilliant composition and knowledge of musical majesty. Expect great music from this young artist.
In a Q&A Interview, Dell expressed his thoughts on his music and career plans, as well as some aspirations to create.
What are your musical plans for 2018?
My musical plans for 2018 are to, release my single on February 1st. Afterwards I want I release my first Mini Album called “Wasted” and finally in the beginning of March release the music video for my second single “Rewind”. In the midst of all of this I am going to be writing much more and finally start on my 1st full album, and release it this year as well. I want to accomplish many things such as, promote my songs on live events, and sing my albums in front of a huge crowd.
How would you describe the music scene in Miami?
The music scene in Miami is very broad, interesting and diverse. Everything is so different, you have a lot of latin music playing but you also have a lot of Pop artist going out and making it big her such as “Brika” singer /songwriter who I actually studied with and through her pop music she has been able to make it very big here. The music scene in Miami is very alive and diverse.
Who would you like to collaborate with in the future?
I would love to collaborate with Singers such as Lorde, Ed Sheeran, and Kehlani. These three artists are just amazing honestly and their voices are all so original and mesmerizing.
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