To avoid suggesting Endia has been off-grid, his last single “That’s Me”, another wine-set track, was featured on The NATIVE. The release of his latest track, “Dem Daddy”, a braggadocious dancehall-tinged self-portrait more or less, confirms Endia is streamlining his style into a defined sound.
“Dem Daddy” thrives on a synth-based baseline with a touch of acoustics and drops implore you to sway as the chords progress. There has been no word of project or collection of tracks to expect from Endia, but there is no doubt he’s onto something.
Listen to “Dem Daddy” here