Regina SK Canada – Celebrated Nigerian-Canadian Artist's New Track Scheduled for Release Feb. 6 2020
One of the fastest-rising musical artists in Canada is back in 2020 with a brand-new track for a new year. On February 6, the Nigerian-Canadian artist Davy Sage will release his latest single, "Your Love." The romantic song is a perfect song for Valentine's Day and the love-struck month of February.
"Love is a beautiful thing," Davy says. "This new single, "Your Love," is a melodic reggae tune with a chill vibe perfect for lovers all around the world - celebrating the intense bond between two soul mates. Put this on in the background to set the romantic mood, no matter what the occasion."
"Your Love" is just the "latest and greatest" hit in Davy's rhapsodic career rise. A native of Nigeria in West Africa, Davy first began writing poetry at the age of 13. His love of classic R&B artists like Wyclef Jean, Fela Kuti, Mary J. Blige, and Akon prompted him to turn those poems into songs. A move to Saskatchewan, Canada, in 2010 brought him into the small-but-passionate local R&B scene. His captivating vocals featuring a fresh, Afro-centric flair - delivering a romantic, swoon-worthy atmosphere perfect for the party, the road, or an intimate night out - helped grow his profile throughout Canada.
Davy kicked off his career with the buzzed-about single "High" in 2015, followed by the albums Waiting For You in 2016 and Identity in 2018. In 2019 alone, he released the contemporary, sensual R&B single "Take You There" in August and the summer-party track "Good Feeling" in April. Other standout tracks include the celebratory "I'm An African" off of Identity and the grooving "Celebrate."
Davy has also appeared as a guest or collaborative artist alongside several other Canadian artists across genres and on major Canadian media platforms like CTV, CBC, City TV, and many more.
It's all part of a hard-won rise to the top for Davy, driven by his melodic blend of pop, R&B, and dance elements.
“I make music that brings good vibes and inspires others to appreciate life and the people around them," Davy says.