You might remember Grayson DeWolfe as the young songwriter/producer who created a local buzz last year with his catchy song and stunning music video “Karma,” directed by Jude Aotik.
Within the same year, Grayson packed Amsterdam Hall for his EP release concert and earned his place opening for Go 96.3’s Snow Show with Run the Jewels.
A year later, he returns with a much clearer path carved ahead. “Now that we’ve created this loyal and really hyped fan base, it was important to put my head down and produce the music myself. It was about deciding what kind of artist and entertainer I want to become.”
That preparation leads us to today, where Grayson’s self-produced single, “King of Nothing” marks the first of a whole line of new songs set to release throughout 2019.
Informed by the grooves of Jon Bellion and anchored by songwriting reminiscent of Coldplay, “King of Nothing” aims to claim some new space in the pop atmosphere.
A late summer show in the Twin Cities is soon to be announced in addition to the dropping of visuals to pair with his upcoming releases.
“We have music videos filmed and ready to release with these new songs. I can’t wait for people to see everything that’s going into this.”