“Letter To My Love” is the second single from Dragg’s EP “L.i.T“, and features singer-songwriter Frya who recently wrote & performed the theme track for popular South African Netflix series “Blood And Water,” and is dedicated to whom Dragg describes as “the love of my life.”
Dragg uses metaphors, double entendres and cleverly crafted schemes whilst Frya adds a powerful, heartfelt delivery guaranteed to keep R&B/Soul lovers captivated. With minimalistic production, an addictive keys chord progression and a sparse mix overall emphasised by the reverb, Letter To My Love enables Dragg and Frya’s vocals to really take centre stage!
Lawrence Sean Sibanda was born in Johannesburg in 1993 to Zimbabwean immigrants. While his parents migrated to England, Dragg returned to Zimbabwe and came to realise that Bulawayo and Johannesburg were culturally, linguistically and musically very interwoven.
Following a diagnosis with a severe case of meningitis at 12, Dragg’s eyesight and hearing deteriorated, later rendering him completely blind. Not letting his health complications become a hindrance, he set out to accomplish another vision with his remarkable ability to rhyme.
In 2011 Dragg met his friend and partner in writing/production, GTBeats, and after working on several projects as a duo, they teamed up to provide their services to other artists. In Africa, between them they have worked/ing on projects like King98’s “Wacko” featuring Lay Lizzy and Def Jam artist Nasty C, “Sukuma” by DJ Jawz featuring Aubrey Qwana, Balinde and “Gals Dem” by Buffalo Souljah featuring Ice Prince to name but a few.
In the UK, Dragg and GTBeats secured collaborations with MOBO Award winner Lady Leshur on Dragg’s “Let The Beat Breathe”, “Too Nice” featuring Paigey Cakey and “holla At you” with Platinum writer/producer OD Hunte.
Dragg has also shared a stage with the likes of The Game, JLS, Wretch 32, Tim Westwood, DJ Ace and DJ Edu
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