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Hi Denin, welcome to LA Music Review! Tell us a little bit about you and your music.
Denin Sy is a singer songwriter who had his debut 2010…
releasing an album Deninman Songs for Lana distribution under Synergy Music & Star Records. His trademark is his simple words and catchy melodies. His songs are full of stories and formed from inspiration.
During the lockdown / quarantine period, he was called the PARODY KING because of his Bioman Parody that had more than a million views on Facebook, he also made tons of anime & kpop parodies and vlogs to entertain people staying at home & give laughter to the frontliners.
In 2021, He released an 8 track album containing the controversial single “Sabi Mo Usap Lang”. On January 28, 2022, He released the single Pasensya Ka Na God Bless. Distributed by Glass Onion Entertainment.
Congrats on the release! What was your inspiration when you were writing this project?
Released on January 28, 2022. Pasensya Ka Na God Bless is inspired by a viral video of “Kagawad God Bless” that became a meme. With the lines “Pasensya Ka Na Ha, God bless,” melody was put into it to turn it into an upbeat pop rock song.
What is your vision for this song? What lessons would you like to impart with your audience?
This song aims to give good vibes to the listeners for its lyrics, melody and instrumentals. The lesson that I would like to impart with the audience is that when you love your craft, you should put all the best effort into it to make it a masterpiece.
Start streaming “Pasensya Ka Na God Bless” right here:
What is your favorite part of this body of work?
My favorite part of the song is the drum roll that became a trademark that we played 3 times in the song. We played the drum roll at the intro, verse and outro. My other favorite part of the song is the guitar solo that is very hard to play or replicate.
Anything else we should know about it? Future releases?
I’m preparing to launch and release 4 tracks, hoping that a major or local label could pick them up or distribute them.
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