Montreal’s Dunnï tackles anxiety in new “Russian Roulette” video
Montreal artist Dunnï, formerly known as Dunny Brazz, recently released new visuals in support of his single, “Russian Roulette.” The song addresses mental illness and dealing with anxiety. You can find the song on Apple Music, Spotify, and other outlets.
“The following music video is a piece that in no shape or form promotes suicide, substance abuse, or mental illness. It exists as a representation of he silent we all go through dealing with anxiety, and the destructive behaviors we engage in trying to relive it. Do not try this at home.”
Dunnï is a Montreal based recording artist. Growing up on the south shore of the cultured city, he went on to become one half of the production group T.O.1.C (There’s Only 1 Crown) under the Nuthin But Hit’s L.L.C imprint.
Among the few names they have since produced tracks for are international acts such as: 50 Cent & G-unit, Sat of Fonky Family, French Montana, Masspike Miles, Hitmaka aka Yung Berg, and hip hop legends such as KRS One and Buckshot; as well as local superstars Muzion, Souldia, Taktika, and many more. These early successes only grew the hunger among the members of T.O.1.C, and Dunnï began to mastermind a plan that would finally put him at the forefront where he belonged.
Enter AntiAnXy, an anti anxiety movement created by Dunnï that is dedicated to creating divine vibrations and experiences that will give people across the world the power to fight through the pain and obstacles.
@AntiAnXy on Instagram.