Seth Dyer stood up for his artistry & previewed his album debut with new single “Need Em”
Budding artist and producer Seth Dyer recently dropped off a new single that he co-produced with Taro Beats, who previously worked with Seth on the Dyer Days Season 2 project (“Ten”). The single previews his forthcoming album debut, Act One – Outcast, set to drop this summer.
Seth’s day job as a sound engineer helped inspire this latest release. When speaking about “Need Em,” Seth said:
“I was working at a studio as a recording engineer and there came a point where the people running the place wanted me to lock down in the studio, constantly record other people and forget about my own artistry. They definitely were offering me a good amount of money and I seriously contemplated the deal, but I’m an artist first and I have to put my music first, always. They made it seem like I needed them and that they essentially didn’t care much about how my own career went. They must have forgotten that I’m incredibly self-reliant and independent and I make things happen regardless of if I have the funds or not. I had to turn them down and, after that, I hit over 2 million streams on Spotify. I think I made the right decision. This is one working experience but getting the chance to work on music everyday is an amazing opportunity that I’m grateful for. ‘Need Em’ is just a lot of pent up aggression about a situation that eventually exploded onto a record.”
The vibrant new video for “Need Em” was co-directed by Seth and Chxrly Prince, with Focuzed Vision taking care of editing. The song is also available on several digital streaming platforms.
“With his upcoming project Act One – Outcast, Dyer steps away from the boards and promises to deliver a unique and inspirational body of work. It’s for anyone who has ever felt like the odd one out, overlooked, or can appreciate the truth of experience in music.”
Check out “Need Em” below, and stay tuned for more from Seth Dyer.
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