A wonderfully talented Tasmanian Aboriginal artist, DENNI has always been passionate about her heritage and the fight to keep her culture alive and well through music and performance. With almost a decade of experience, DENNI has become one of the country’s most original and promising artists, and with bold, evocative releases like ‘Honey Bee’, it’s easy to see why.
For close to a decade DENNI has been both the musical moniker of Denni Proctor and a collaborative project with various artists from all around the country. In that time, she has developed a brilliant reputation as a strong live performer, playing a host of local and national festivals including; Falls Festival Marion Bay (opening for Triple J in 2016), Festival of Voices, Huon Valley Mid Winter fest, Party in the Paddock, a festival called Panama, DarkMofo, MonaFoma, Spirit Festival SA and GARMA festival in North East Arnhem Land.
The 2015 “NAIDOC Week, Triple J Unearthed feature artist” and proud Pakana woman has developed the ever-evolving project into something that continues to tell the story of this infinitely creative Tasmanian gem. Starting out as a talented indie-folk singer-songwriter, DENNI’s journey continues to transform; recently taking the exciting twist and leap into the blossoming world of Australian hip hop.
For her latest single, DENNI has built on her original style, delivering a natural progression of lush electronic synths, hard-hitting beats, and sharp, expressive lyrics that are as engaging as they are entertaining. Alongside the new single, DENNI has also revealed a brand new music video that perfectly reflects the nature of the track. Staring Jordy Gregg, featuring Dameza, Greeley and DENNI, and filmed by Lacy Hamill, it’s an unmissable new release.
Having always flirted with hip hop, but never committing until recently, DENNI and her soulfully smooth vocals have become a rising sensation, and with Australia well under her spell, her sights are now set on an international audience.
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