Denver-native, Nashville-based, pop singer dnny, a.k.a. Danny Guarino has released his debut single “villain – written by dnny alongside fellow Nashville pop-artist, katie MAC, and Will Mcbeath, who also produced and mixed the track. It was mastered by Chris Zurzolo.
“villain” is a feel-good pop track infused with hip-hop elements. This, paired with a catchy chorus and head-bopping rhythm, ensures that it’ll play over and over in your head. The track tackles the journey to self-acceptance and urges us to embrace our differences. The song encourages listeners to pursue their dreams in good faith and regardless of others’ judgment. “villain” is sure to become an inspiring anthem of confidence and self-love.
From a young age, dnny has balanced playing three sports and performing in select choirs. He wrote his first song at just 7 years old and has always loved sharing the joys of music with others through performance. Now a soon-to-be Belmont University graduate, dnny recently left his successful career as a D1 soccer player to focus on music full-time.
dnny grew up in Denver, Colorado in a very close-knit family of six, where faith and love played a big part in his upbringing. With his mom recently launching her online course pushing educational excellence and his father working to provide housing to those who need it most, dnny was raised in a household full of compassion, and tolerance, which is something that he strives to portray through uplifting and meaningful music. “villain” therefore comes as a powerful testament to dnny’s personal mantra: love, faith, youth.
dnny will be releasing a series of singles throughout 2019, so be sure to keep your ears open!