Munk Duane is an ardent recording artist, film composer, producer, and musician from Boston, Massachusetts. Munk is a 2-time New England Music Award winner and is rocking up the music scene in the U.S.A for a long time. Munk Duane has a very unique style of music. Combing the sounds from the 60s and 70s with modern style groovy R&B music. His music is inspired by the legends like Marvin Gaye, Prince, Stevie Wonder, and many more.
Munk’s work has been recognized by much of the industry and has been featured in Billboard magazine, The Hollywood Reporter, and many more. He has released a number of singles and an album called “Theory of History, Part.1”. The most recent single is called “My Fellow Americans”. Let’s talk about the song and its ingredients in detail. The song starts with a small voiceover and a very cool bassline kicks in the intro. The intro is funky with amazing drum work. The vocals kick in soon with the bass line running in the background. The melody of the song is so much fun that it makes the listener move their feet and dance. The chorus comes in with a lot of power and funkiness. The drums have this very vintage jazzy feel blended with classic synth pads and guitar. A sweet trumpet part comes in after the second chorus that kicks in the bridge. The bridge is a classic 90s-style funky pop musical piece. The song rises to full swing toward the finish and ends like a firecracker (Literally).
Munk Duane is a phenomenal artist producing extraordinary music and his new song “My Fellow Americans” is a song that you don’t want to miss listening to.
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