Introduction: Danny Singh Returns with “Diva” Visuals
Danny Singh is delivering dominating drops as he returns with his most recent release, “Diva”! The trendy track follows up his three-part visual experience, “SENSORAMA,” which launched the new year. Singh’s genre-defying music from Queens, New York, is as much inspired by the streets he calls home as it is the adventurous spirit that drives him to search outside the city that raised him. Hip-hop, experimental pop, seductive R&B, cathartic instrumental breakdowns, and intense alternative excursions are among Singh’s musical explorations.
Sneak Peek into Danny Singh’s Upcoming Projects
With the arrival of his latest offering, it serves only as a sneak peek into what’s expected throughout the year. It would be an understatement to say that his new drop “Diva” doesn’t move the masses. The forthcoming accompanying POV picture is from the point of view of a single girl, the “diva”. With the fact that “Diva” is a love song, Danny and music video director Sabrina Kalimian sought to tell the story of numerous couples on their first dates. We see them getting to know one other and looking for their “Diva” – that one person whose love will blind them to everything – through the lens. It starts with the back of the leading lady’s head and continues until she exits the bar. This mysterious girl is the only one in the bar by herself, keeping track of all the different narrative lines that are going on at the same time.
Relatability in Music and Visuals: Reflecting Daily Lives
The relatable record is backed by an even more relatable visual. This translates directly to our daily lives because there are always a million different plot lines going on at once. Everyone has their own story and plot line going on at the same time, and this film is meant to portray that idea. The camera pans across Bamboo Garden, catching glimpses of each couple’s personal narrative. Danny and the band are not the focus of the video, but rather the soundtrack to each couple’s lives in the bar. The shot has meaning because the team chose Bamboo Garden for the shoot as “Diva” has reggae overtones and Bamboo Garden is a reggae bar.
The Cultural Significance of Bamboo Garden in the Video
The crew, on the other hand, wanted to convey a piece of Danny’s culture. Danny and his family originate from a strong Guayanese tradition. In fact, Bamboo Garden in particular belonged to Danny’s uncle, Uncle Phillip. A man with a loud Guayanese accent and a small pet bird who accompanied him everywhere. Furthermore, the team felt it was essential to shoot there in order to tell another aspect of Danny’s story. When speaking on the visuals’ inspiration, Singh goes on to say:
“This video is an ode to where I came from and how I grew up. Growing up, my fam and I used to blast reggae tunes, drink shandys and play dominoes and cards to kill time. There’s something special in the atmosphere when we link up and enjoy each other’s time. As time goes on, I tend to miss those wholesome moments a lot more. This video, which was shot at my Uncle’s reggae bar, is an ode to my culture and I hope you all learn a bit more about me after watching it.”
Connect With Him
Get familiar with this trailblazing talent, check out his music here.