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DYLN ‘Need Me (Official Music Video)’ : Imagination and emotional impact, are fully realized in each, delicate choice of words.

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“’Need Me’ – a song about self-care – was shot on an iPhone during quarantine and self-isolation, directed and edited by artist GREY,” said DYLN. “Although filming posed some restrictions for us during the pandemic, we decided to take matters into our own hands and get even more creative with art and music throughout the challenges of Covid-19.”

Los Angeles based songstress DYLN blurs the lines between pop, R&B, and electronic music.

The half-Filipino Canadian native is also a female producer’s debut album ‘Rings’ is a collection of songs about being married, which she co-produced with her husband Frequency (Eminem, Rihanna). Unafraid to bare true stories of her life, DYLN is known to get personal.

Deep in revelry, DYLN’s viability of imagination and emotional impact, are fully realized in each, delicate choice of words.

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I’d break myself to heal you. 🌸

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