UK DJ and producer Franky Wah has dropped tracks ‘Free’ and ‘Love Me’ as a double A-side release, out 12th July via Ministry Of Sound.
A melodic, high-energy affair, ‘Free’ demands the listener’s attention. Deploying a driving bassline, fast claps and emotion-drenched vocals, it’s an assertive track made with the dancefloor in mind. Meanwhile ‘Love Me’, with its life-affirming breakdown and infectious vocal sample, is a hands-in-the-air dancefloor weapon destined to make it into countless DJs’ record bags this summer.
The release follows on from recent tracks ‘Words’ and ‘Get Me High’, which climbed to #2 on the Beatport Top 100 after its release in late March. Receiving support from Annie Mac, Danny Howard, Pete Tong and Richie Hawtin, ‘Get Me High’ catapulted Franky into the limelight almost overnight. Further support came from Elrow, Solomon and Tale Of Us.
“I was genre-hopping and heavily-influenced by trance music at school and then when I came back to full-time producing it was the vibe that got me into it,” he explained in the aftermath of the ‘Get Me High’ release.
With further releases planned throughout 2019, Franky is currently in the midst of a memorable summer, after appearances at Glastonbury and Hideout and a set at Creamfields still to come.
Further emphasising his versatility, ‘Free’ and ‘Love Me’ are evidence of a highly-skilled artist who’s firmly on the ascendancy.