The Honey POP here, coming at ‘cha with yet another Kellin Quinn feature, but this time, it’s with up-and-coming, Romanian-born and Florida-based artist Dacian Miron, who we’ve had on our radar for quite some time.
Our favorite thing about Dacian is the feel-good flare he adds to his songs, including the new one he just released with Kellin Quinn, ‘Call It A Hustle, Sweetheart.’ He has such a talent for making you feel like you’re living in a different time musically. This latest track is very 80s-inspired with a modern flare. Dacian has such unique vocals that they add an extra element to the already captivating and addictive melodies. Check out the song below and see for yourself, or go stream it here!
We also think that Kellin adding his vocals to the track really take this song to the next level. He always delivers up solid and dynamic vocals no matter what he sings, and his voice and harmonies just transformed this song from the stratosphere to straight out-of-this-world. Dacian had this to say about the single and what it was like having Kellin on the track:
This sends the message that you should NEVER have to change for anyone just so you can blend in,” says Miron. “If you are happy with yourself, at the end of the day that’s all that matters, no one can take that away from you. The song conveys the anger that stems from being treated that way, and fighting back, showing that at the end of the day anything could be made possible. And Kellin took the song to a whole different placeDacian Miron
Overall, we give this song an 11/10 on the THP scale, which doesn’t mean anything except that it’s dope AF! You can save his new EP Slightly Mysterious, Somewhat Delirious here, and be on the lookout because it’s set to officially release April 23rd!
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