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Davy Sage Releases EP With New Music Video

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Davy Sage finally released his much-anticipated EP on July 6th. And he also released a music video for one of the songs in the EP called “You Bad” which was directed by Scott Goodwill and Crystal Van Pelt, both directors from Regina Saskatchewan Canada.

Two years after his debut EP “Waiting For You” and releasing several other singles, Davy Sage finally released a new EP on July 6th called “Identity”.

Davy Sage

Through the rough patches in the early start of his music journey in Canada, the Regina based recording artist and songwriter talks about finally finding his identity through his music. He said in an interview on Global TV with Candace Daniel back in November 2017 that his new project is definitely a side of Davy that his fans and followers are yet to discover.

In songs like “I’m An African” Davy talks about his country Nigeria and proud to represent Africa through his brand and music.


Qouted: “I got my blessing from Africa, I’m repping the Africans”
The 4 track EP is mix of songs with great melodies and catchy hooks and well lyrically composed and available on all major streaming platforms.
 


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