NY based rapper Danny Matos’s new single, “Strobe Lights,” is a musically rich, bouncy romp that remains grounded by his impassioned vocals and empathetic approach to lyricism. He shares a vivid story of what really goes behind the flashing lights over a lush backdrop provided by Surf School’s Rusty Mack.
For Matos, “Strobe Lights” represents the reality of our society where everyone is driven by their egos and thirst for instant gratification. To boot, the song hook further showcases his talent for delivering masterful instrumentation with catchy bounce, while still managing to get an important message across that serves as his frustrated rally cry against music that “only pertains to flashiness and ego,” as he puts it.
The track’s taken from Danny’s forthcoming project, Caged Are the Songs That Set Me Free, which is set to drop on April 25 through all digital retailers and streaming platforms. “Strobe Lights” is available now for stream and download, and can be purchased for instant grat of the iTunes' pre-order