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Dani Twice: ‘Moonlight’ Single Out Now

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After dropping his debut album “Los 999atos” in 2022 and a bunch of singles in early 2023, Dani Twice joins forces with Tony Narvaez to drop “Moonlight,” a brand new bass-heavy hip-hop track with a touch of K-POP flavor. It’s all about yearning for love that can withstand the test of time, whether in this life or the next.

The song starts off with a captivating intro that goes, “Once upon a time the moon was mine,” and from there, it takes you on a mesmerizing journey across its three minutes and thirty-three seconds. By the time it ends, you’ll be left wanting more. Dani Twice’s velvety, affectionate raps give the track a charm that feels like sweet nothings whispered to your special someone. It touches on themes of longing, lost love, and the possibility of rekindling broken connections.

“Moonlight” creates a fascinating status by blending attractive lyrics with a unique sound that combines hip hop with alternative influences. It’s a sonic experience that’s both vibrant and infectious, drawing you in from start to finish.

Since its release just five months ago, “Moonlight” has already gained over 10K streams on Spotify. It’s a testament to DANI TWICE’s dedication to pushing the boundaries of the hip-hop scene and taking it into uncharted territory. He’s shaking things up and bringing a fresh perspective to a genre that can sometimes feel repetitive.

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