After reaching 2 Million streams on Spotify, Doley Bernays directs his first visual for “Pre-game”, the introductory track from his upcoming project.
Growing up where Hip Hop was created sets the bar for many independent artist. Bronx native, Doley Bernays uses symbolic metaphors, life changing events and his dreams to share an intriguing story. His music is often compared to the concept of time, an unlimited continuous progress of existence and events that occur in the past, present and future. Bernays soulful lyrics tells intriguing stories about his life and what he has been through. His music continuously reveal more about his character in discreet ways. In each record he creativity sheds another layer that quickly obtains your attention. Bernays always craved knowledge in anything he was a passion about. He dedicated years to only researching and studying the music business. During that time period he did not only want to perfect his craft but also to learn more about his unique sound and distinctive ear. This multi talented wordsmith’s songwriting skills have become more authentic and expressive where many can relate.
He learned various recording techniques, broadened his vocal capabilities, and sharpened his sound by working with numerous producers from places like New York, Los Angeles, Toronto, and London. Bernays now shares the self-directed video for “Pregame,” the newest single following his most recent record, “We All Sin Here” which was featured in the Netflix’s original movie, The After Party. The video is shot by Domm and edited by Ricardo “NUHTHING” Alvarez . “
With Sons of Sonix producers Moses Samuels and Michael Akinkinmi who have production credits from UK’s own Stormzy, LA native Ty Dolla $ign, and most recently JLO’s newest single “Medicine” providing the calm chill beat mixed with his cool collective flow, “Pre-game” shows how Bernays is ready for the next chapter.
Check out the visuals here:
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