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  • O Cinnedi Releases Next Extension In The Seven Deadly Sins Series ‘Gluttony’


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    O Cinnedi is a force to be reckoned with when it comes to production. Starting at the age of 10 where she began her journey into music theory and classical clarinet and percussion playing where you can see elements of this throughout her music. Followed by at the tender age of 16, she was educated by some of the leading artists in the world where she worked under NDA projects for Grammy Award Winning artists and working also with Eurovision. Sharing the stage with the likes of Abelation, Stylust, Tynan, Jphelpz at renowned events such as Shambhala and Walt Disney Production her prowess has continued to grow. Mentored by legendary producer Archie Pena (Whitney Houston, Shakira and Michael Jackson) O Cinnedi has continued to grow and manifest amazing opportunities.

    Today, we have privilege to share the latest addition to her catalogue, ‘Gluttony’. A dark, mysterious and cinematic track in which you are propelled into a parallel universe with driving synths and impacting percussion. Enjoy below.

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: O Cinnedi Releases Next Extension In The Seven Deadly Sins Series ‘Gluttony’

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