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Danielle Goz- Obvious | Over The Moon

Are you ready to discover the next big thing in pop music? Look no further than Danielle Goz! This talented artist hails from New York and now calls LA home, and she’s not only making waves with her catchy tunes, but she’s also taking control of the production and writing process for her own records. With a unique style and a passion for creating hit songs, Danielle Goz is definitely an artist to keep on your radar.

This rising star has released a new single, “Obvious.”

The opening few seconds will instantly grab your attention with its amazing guitar synths and atmospheric vocals. You will start grooving from the moment you hit play. Then Danielle Goz comes in with her sweet, peppy vocals, and everything changes, infusing the track with optimism and hope She sings about love—love that she has found and loves deeply and wants the love of her life to take signals. Throughout the song, she lays out all the evidence of her love in the hope that her beloved will finally take the hint.  And who knows, maybe it will even inspire you to take some signals of your own! It’s a fun, upbeat song that will definitely put a smile on your face. Danielle’s story is one that will resonate with many. It’s a beautiful song, and it’s obvious (no pun intended) that Danielle is putting her heart and soul into it. You can feel the passion in her voice, and it’s clear that she’s not going to give up on love. Her lyrics are beautiful, and her voice is angelic, making “Obvious” a song that is sure to be a hit. If you’re looking for a feel-good love song, “Obvious” is definitely worth a listen.

We had the opportunity to interview Danielle about her new release and more. Read on to know more.

1.      Hey, Danielle Goz! Congratulations on your newest release, “Obvious.” The song is such a breeze, and because of your heartfelt performance, I now have an earworm! Was it always your intention to make the song this upbeat?

A: Thank you so much! I’m glad you enjoy the song it means a lot 🙂 I actually wasn’t intending for the song to be upbeat when I started the song!  It wasn’t until I finished the beat for the song that I decided I wanted to speed it up, and that’s when it all came together. 

2.      How did you come up with the idea for “Obvious”? Was this song inspired in any way by your personal life?

A: Being the shy girl that I am, it can be difficult for me to tell a guy I have feelings for them, and sometimes I just wish they could read my mind. So this song was an outlet for me to just be like, “Isn’t it obvious that I want you?!”  

3.      What is your favourite part about the song? Any proud aspect you’d love to share about this song?

A: My favorite part about the song is the choir towards the end of the song. I used an organ behind my vocals and stacked my voice using lots of harmonies. I then took this choir that I made out of my own voice and put it throughout the song, which you can hear in the background!

4.      What role do you think music can play in bringing people together, and how important is that to you?

A: Music can express things that words can’t. It can give people feelings that can’t be explained. When a group of people enjoy or relate to a song, it creates a really strong bond and togetherness.  A song can create so many feelings from joy to sadness, and the fact that a song can collectively make a group of people feel a certain thing is what brings people together. 

5.      What are your favourite genres? Is there any genre you plan to explore and experiment with in the coming days?

A: There are so many genres I enjoy.  Some of my favorites are r&b, pop, and alt/rock. I would love to experiment with classical and jazz more and start implementing them into my songs. 

6.      Do you have anything coming up in the near future that we can look forward to?

A: I have some new singles and collaborations coming out this year that I am so so excited to share with the world. 

Enjoy listening to Obvious here.

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