Fryar is back again with another powerful single dubbed “Do It For Myself“. He has been on fire lately, with multiple exciting show announcements. Earlier last month it was announced […]
Fryar is back again with another powerful single dubbed “Do It For Myself“. He has been on fire lately, with multiple exciting show announcements. Earlier last month it was announced he will be opening for a massive NYE show in Charlotte, headlined by the bass king G Jones. It will also feature sets from Mr. Carmack, NotLo, and A Hundred Drums — and has already sold out! He’s also fresh off of a massive set at Dubaween in Nashville. We can’t wait to see what else is in store!
Returning off his last release of “Doubt in My Head“, this time we get a tasty drum and bass treat. It deviates slightly from his typical sound but in a cohesive way. A silky smooth melody connects drum and bass and halftime sounds to create an immaculate musical work from the mind of Fryar.
We had the opportunity to get exclusive insight from Fryar about this track. Here’s what he has to say:
“The track was fun to make and got me out of my usual comfort zone when writing tunes because it’s at a higher bpm than my go to.I’ve been sculpting my workflow around making music as energetic as possible in a live setting since I’ve been playing a lot of shows recently.The title of the track came to me from inspiration of a punk song that’s been on repeat recently that really resonated with me. It comes from lyrics of the band No Pressure’s title track “No Pressure”. I resonated with this song a lot due to some of the growth I’ve had this year with putting myself first before others” – Fryar
As a good friend of Heard It Here First, we had the opportunity to sit down with Fryar and get the inside scoop on some of his biggest inspirations, how he started his musical journey, and tons more. You can check that exclusive interview out here. There’s a link to a free download from his previous single as well!
The track starts off with rolling progression with the bassline slowly weaved into a building drum and bass intro. It then glides along with smooth ease, weaving from drum and bass into halftime and then back again. The pristine production allows the listener to appreciate the many intricacies of the track. It is the perfect meld of musical inspirations to create a masterpiece sure to live on in infamy. We can’t wait to hear more from this young up and comer.
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