Canadian Producer/DJ Ryan Shepherd continues to prove himself as one of the top new talents in dance music. The Toronto-based artist returns with a new single titled ‘Hello Sunday‘ out now via Armada Music.
This fresh new track was inspired by his weekly Sunday donation-based fundraiser party hosted via Twitch and IG Live in support of Toronto’s bar, restaurant, and nightlife industry. The artist has amassed over $20,000 in donations. ‘Hello Sunday’ offers up an uplifting and upbeat tune during a time where we need it the most.
Ryan Shepherd – ‘Hello Sunday’
‘Hello Sunday’ by Ryan Shepherd has been featured on Spotify’s Mint Canada, Toronto’s morning TV show, Breakfast Television, and more. This is Ryan’s 5th release with Armada and is available on all platforms.
‘Hello Sunday’ is Ryan Shepherd’s first release since the COVID-19 lockdown began and brings a very positive message and sound. The track takes elements from Ryan Shepherd’s previous hit ‘Don’t Hold Me Down’ and is reminiscent of Marc Kinchen’s (MK) old school style house piano. The final result is a joyful, uplifting summer hit. The track features UK vocalist Caitlyn Scarlett. She is a wonderful artist whose previous records include collaborations with artists like Rudimental, CLiQ, and Jack Wins.
The lyrics pertain well to the COVID isolation in focusing on yourself. Besides, the live stream and the new ‘Hello Sunday’ single go perfectly together. They both bring happiness to listeners and help and inspire people while the world gets back on its feet.
His first major hit titled, ‘Fill Me In’, in collaboration with fellow Canadian artists, Loud Luxury, reached #1 on the Spotify Global Viral charts and now has over 50 million streams worldwide. So far in 2020, he has released 2 new singles and a remix on Armin van Buuren’s powerhouse label Armada with his latest release titled ‘What The Hell Am I (Drinking In LA)’.