'Black Dress' is the new single from rising star, Left Boy and is taken off his debut album due out later this year. He says, 'I have been working on this for 4 months now and its by far the biggest production I've ever worked on. I recommend you listen to it on some dope headphones and watch the video in HD. Thank you to all the amazing people that helped on this project! Black Dress is going to be up on iTunes in most countries tomorrow and the rest of the world by end of next week. If you want to try yourself at remixing the song or you want to hear individual parts of it you can download the stems for free at LEFTBOY.COM. Hope you enjoy!'
After selling out the XoYo last October, Left Boy brings the Sexual Encountour back to London for Round 2 with some new tracks and new surprises.
At the age 16 Ferdinand Sarnitz AKA Left Boy wrote and produced his first original song. Based in New York and Vienna he spent the next couple of years narrowing the gap between his expectations and the quality of his work. In 2009 he started his facebook fan page (currently with over 120K likes) and released his first music video as Left Boy, a song called 'Same Way'. He has since been making the music he wants to listen to, which is why some songs contain elements from several different genres. He doesn't define himself.
Although he works mostly on his own, he has collaborated with such artists as American Singer/Guitarist James Hersey and Austrian electronic music producer Simon Herzog. In December 2010 Left Boy released his first mix tape entitled 'The Second Coming' and is now working on finishing his debut album set to drop worldwide in 2013.
Already making waves online Left Boy has had over 3 million hits for new single 'Jack Sparrow' on YouTube with over 10million views across his channel, making his show on Tue 5th February at the London Scala not to be missed for the hotly tipped singer/songwriter and producer.
Listen to 'Black Dress' here:
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