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Blending elements of pop, rock, and electronic music, New York City-based artist Freddie Wahter does not stop working to build his own vibrant and electric music genre. Having aroused enormous interest from specialised critics and the public, the versatile artist surprises us with his title track and single Meet The Maker. A 2-minute track in which energy and rhythm immerse us in a very special atmosphere, allowing us to connect with ourselves through sound. This is one more example that music can have superpowers that are difficult to explain through words.

His bold and expressive style continues to gain fans all over the world. Some of his singles, such as Still WOO, Dragon Ball Freestyle or Vocal Function, are close to two million streams on Spotify. Numbers that show the affection that the public has given him in his career, in which he has shown not to stick to a specific musical genre, consolidating his personal creative and artistic vision in the music industry. His latest single has become a fan favourite along with 3Peat. But that’s not all.

In addition to making leaps and bounds in music, Wahter is also a talented visual artist, with his work being exhibited in galleries across the globe. Identity and surveillance are two of the most recurring themes in his artistic work, always inviting reflection as he also does through his music. Questioning our convictions and the process of getting to know ourselves are some of the most important things in life, and this multidisciplinary artist seems to be clear about it. Keeping away from trends and successful phenomena that last just over a day, he continues on his way step by step, showing that he still has much to say.

David Alarcón

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