Set to Drop New EP titled “Once Upon A Summer” Sometime in August
Cover Art for “Let Me Know” By Davy Sage
The Nigerian-born and Canadian singer-songwriter “Davy Sage” is set to drop a new single on July 9th, 2021. The single titled “Let Me Know” is a sort of teaser and anticipation for a bigger and yet-to-be-released musical project by Davy come August 2021. Davy Releases “Let Me Know” as a build-up to his upcoming EP titled “Once Upon A Summer” which will drop sometime in August 2021. Davy, who is known for his versatility as a musician, is set to bring different musical influences into these upcoming musical projects. It is expected that “Let Me Know” will be more than just a teaser to an unreleased EP but also a perfect demonstration of musicianship and overall artistry.
Davy is set to do more than just fuse diverse musical elements from different cultures, but also to extend and connect to his Nigerian ancestry by merging his western musical influences with his African musical roots. Lyrically, Davy gives more than just rhymes and stanzas; he has mastered the art of boldly interpreting and portraying different shades of both his emotions/feelings and that of his listeners. On this upcoming track, it is only normal that we do not expect less from him lyrically.
The upcoming single “Let Me Know” and the upcoming EP “Once Upon A Summer” will be more than just musical projects; there will be more than just a demonstration of musicianship and artistry but also an artistic release of different shades of emotions, lyrically and musically. It will be released and made available for music streaming platforms.
Brief Bio of Davy
David Sanni (Born January 19th, 1983), professionally known as Davy Sage, is a Nigerian-born recording artist and songwriter. Davy is from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. He was born in Nigeria but moved to Canada in 2010 to live with his sister. Davy grew up in the city of Ilorin, Kwara State in North-Central Nigeria. He was raised by a single mom alongside four siblings. Davy grew up around music, as his older brother was a DJ. This influenced his style of music. From listening to ‘90s hip-hop and R&B to Afrobeat and many other styles of the time, Davy sculpted his unique musical style. Davy’s style of singing is a mix of English, Yoruba, and Nigerian pidgin. Davy fuses West African musical elements with Western musical forms to create a unique musical synthesis that is typical to him alone. Davy started his professional career back in 2014 with an independent record label in Saskatchewan, Canada. The label was known as “BeMajor Music.”
Davi released his debut single “High” in 2015 and followed up with an EP a year later. The EP was titled “Waiting For You.” Davy’s unique Afrocentric voice fused with his unique lyrical ability and sound sets him apart from other artists in his genre. He often gets compared with prominent musical acts of African origin like Akon, Tuface, D’Banj and K’naan, and MaleekBerry. Davy is consistently gathering a catalog of good music through his consistent
releases and collaborations with other artists. Davy’s music has been featured on some of the Canadian major media platforms like CBC, CTV, and Global TV. His music has also been played across Canadian Radio – including commercial, community, college, and internet radios. He has attended and showcased at Canadian music and art festivals like Indie Music Week, CMW, African Descent Festival, AfroFest, Cathedral Art Festivals, and
many more. Davi has shared the stage with musicians like Konshens, Teni The Entertainer, Gyptian, Wayne Wonder, Nkulele Dube, Akon, Eddy Kenzo, and Emmanuel Ja.