Young artist encourages audiences to embrace today with new EP ‘Free Energy’
ORLANDO, FL – DayToday Craze is a new up-and-coming artist from Orlando whose new single “Complaints” is the perfect introduction to his unique sound and style. Already in his young career he’s an artist who has opened for Lil Boosie and Lil Webbie, and he’s also rubbed shoulders with his hero 50 Cent and MMG’s Gunplay. His energy as a rising artist is electrifying and unmatched, and couples with a warm and welcoming approach that connects with a wide audience. He passionately strives to be the new leader for the next generation, and his music serves as an influential vehicle for that leadership.
With “Complaints,” DayToday Craze offers fans a real Pop-type vibe with a dancehall feel with tons of energy. It’s ready-made for the clubs or for summer parties, or even just for hanging out with friends on the back porch or around the pool. But that doesn’t mean it’s a song with shallow lyrics. In point of fact, the song has deep meanings that will give listeners something much more poignant to grab onto.
“The idea was to create a song that brought feel-good energy but still allowed you to feel that rhythm that makes you want to move,” he said. “It’s vibrations that come with a message. I was thinking big when I made the song – like worldwide. It has that international feel because I’m not trying to be miniscule with anything I’m doing. And this has a message that I think anyone in the world can connect with.”
Ultimately, the song is about a woman who has everything she could ever ask for, but she still complains about the things that make her unhappy. DayToday Craze said he hopes people will listen to it and learn to appreciate the blessings they have in their lives and stop looking for the greener grass on the other side of the hill.
In addition to “Complaints,” DayToday Craze has also dropped an EP called “Free Energy,” which is currently available across all streaming platforms. It’s a conglomerate of songs that present different energy in a variety of ways. The songs on the project invite listeners to dance, or vibe out, or just chill, in various ways. DayToday Craze said they embrace the vibrations that people are surrounded by and the spiritual things we come across in our day-to-day lives.
“I wanted to embed that feeling into all the songs on the EP,” he said. “Every day is something new – a new high or a powerful new moment. I don’t live in tomorrow or yesterday, I live in now. And what we can do now to make a change for tomorrow and better days for the future is what my music is all about. It’s bigger than merely being a hype guy or someone who makes good vibrations. I want my music to remind people that they still have now. Yesterday is over with, and you don’t have to worry about tomorrow, because right now is important.”
DayToday Craze said he plans to follow up his EP with a full album called “Closed Circuit” later this year. Until then, he plans to drop some videos for the singles on the EP.
To listen to his music, or to follow him on social media, please visit the following links:
INSTAGRAM: DAYTODAY CRAZE
FACEBOOK: DAYTODAY CRAZE