New Track: SonnyBoy – “Special Friend” (DJ Spinna Remix)

 

Special friends are lovely, no? SonnyBoy wants more, though, and he’s not too shabby at the convincing. Catch the video for the original track above and you’ll get what we’re saying.

And recently, the sexy time has been compounded on a remix by DJ Spinna. Stream below!

SonnyBoy – “Special Friend” (DJ Spinna Remix)
 

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SonnyBoy: The Barfly Theory Release Party

SonnyBoy combines the key elements of black music over the last 50 years: from bebop to hip-hop, jazz to pop, mixed with a heavy dose of pure soul and layered with some very funk-driven rock’n'roll. The Barfly Theory has a more contemporary twist on the soulful sounds of previous SonnyBoy efforts and expresses messages of love, hate and empowerment, coupled with that ever prevalent Sonnyboy sense of humor!

Preview this track from the album: a little “Hey Ya” energy and some Cee-Lo vocal stylings make “Shake That Thing” one of those rare songs that crosses over from rock to hip-hop and back.

SonnyBoy – “Shake That Thing”
 

Don’t miss the release party at Joe’s Pub in NYC, on Friday October 8th: buy tickets here. The Barfly Theory will be available on the same day.

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New Video/Single from SonnyBoy: “Time (Clock of the Heart)”

While living in Minneapolis, “soul, R&B, hip-hop, rock, reggae, and funk” artist, SonnyBoy (and his band) earned powerful praise from Rolling Stone Magazine as one of the best unsigned bands in the city. With that small boost of confidence he moved out to the big apple, where he’s released four albums on his self-owned label, ArtSoul Entertainment. As the new single off his upcoming album, The BarFly Theory, this remake of the hit Culture Club song, “Time (Clock of the Heart),” features a sound hard to define in one genre, but is without a doubt soulful (and lacking the 80s-style synthesizer).