Continuing his trend of supporting rising and undiscovered artists, the acclaimed multi-Grammy nominated, Brit winning producer, songwriter and artist Bryan Wilson aka Boom Dice announces the release of his latest single ‘Extroverts’ with Florida Born, Serbian based actress and singer-songwriter MadLeo, out now on all streaming platforms.

A heavenly slice of electric dark-pop, ‘Extroverts’ features Boom Dice’s trademark slick production and infectious melodies, complemented by MadLeo’s sultry vocals. Speaking of the track, MadLeo says, “Extroverts was written from the perspective of the inner voice in your head, talking you through a night of social anxiety. I wanted to showcase the anxiety as a back and fourth conversation in my head, but also find the humour in this irrational fear of extroverts. The collaboration ended up giving us this dark, playful, cynical pop song, about something a lot of us deal with. 

Boom Dice sent me the music, and from the first listen I was immediately hooked by the bass line and the song’s intense vibe. It was my first time top-lining a song, meaning writing lyrics to music, instead of the other way around. So I thought ok, I think the lyrics should contrast this dramatic music, let’s make it about something people might not expect.”

Naming Lana Del Rey, Miley Cyrus and Gorillaz as her biggest influences, MadLeo is a singer-songwriter and actress taking on the music scene with expressive lyrics and bold dark pop production. The ambitious young artist is making her mark after growing up in Daytona Beach FL, and comes from a family of athletes with no musical talent. Her latest offering with Boom Dice is set to pave the way for the release of her upcoming debut EP, set for release in early 2022.

Constantly evolving, Bryan adopted the stage name ‘Boom Dice’ and founded ‘Boom Dice Presents’, a label and artist showcase platform designed to champion aspiring and established artists.

Boom Dice picked up his first Grammy nomination for mixing Sofi Tukker’s dance classic ‘Drinkee’ at the 59th annual Grammy Awards followed by another nod at the 61st Grammy Awards for their debut album ‘Treehouse’ in the ‘Best Dance/Electronic Album’ category. He won a Brit Award in the ‘Album Of The Year’ category for his work on Stormzy’s No.1, Brit & Ivor Novello award winning, Mercury Prize-nominated album ‘Gang Signs and Prayer’. This year his work picked up another Grammy nomination in the ‘Best Rap Album’ category for his work on Jay Electronica’s “A Written Testimony”

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