Diquan Julius is a Washington D.C.-based singer-songwriter from Hemingway, South Carolina. Not too long ago, he released a retro R&B tune, entitled, “Let’s Dance,” produced by UK-based Andrew Napoleon of Greenlight Production.
Diquan Julius – “Let’s Dance” single
“Girl, I know you’re feeling lonely now. You’ve been inside for quite some time. Everybody’s stepping out tonight. Let me invite the girl that I would like to be right by my side. Now we’re here so let’s party while the DJ keeps playing your song. And your feelings don’t hide it, let’s both lose control and let everybody know.” – lyrics
‘Let’s Dance’ contains a relatable narrative, ear-pleasing vocals, and tuneful melodies. The feel-good tune possesses up-tempo instrumentation flavored with retro-dance, contemporary R&B, and neo-soul elements. Furthermore, “Let’s Dance” follows on the heels of Diquan Julius’s previously released single, entitled, “Soap Box.” Also, the song serves as a tasty entrée to what listeners can expect to hear from Julius in the near future.
“Let’s hit the dance floor and let’s dance the night away.”
“With this song, I really wanted to shine light onto the darkness that’s overtaken our love of gathering together and having a good time. My intentions are to bring back that feeling of being able to invite a special person out, whether it be your friend or someone you admire, and not have to worry about the restrictions of the pandemic. I want the world to dance together again.” – Diquan Julius explained
Diquan Julius hopes his music can touch the masses through authenticity and love. He has been in the gospel industry, where he became a Billboard charting artist. Eventually, he ventured back into the R&B world with his debut single, “Let Me Love You.” Through his music, Diquan plans to reunite generational division and spread love to all nations. Bringing back the authentic sound of R&B is one of the many things that he hopes to accomplish.
“Let’s Dance” single
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