todayAugust 12, 2023
‘Call My Name’ is the new EP from Franky Wah, one of the UK’s most prominent breakout dance talents of recent years.
Franky announced the EP last week and released the title track, “Call My Name,” which features Rae Morris’s vocals. More than 100,000 people have listened to the tune, and it has been featured on Capital Dance and Kiss Bliss.
Franky’s debut single with the company, featuring AETHO, “Should Have Seen It Coming,” was a huge success in 2021. The song has been heard by millions of people thanks to heavy rotation on radio stations and streaming services. Sirius XM added it to their playlists, and BBC Radio 1 played it 30 times, with Annie Mac declaring it the week’s Hottest Record.
Since then, Franky has collaborated with some of the biggest names in dance music, including Carl Cox, Sasha, Pete Tong, Cristoph, Vintage Culture, and more, releasing two EPs on Anjunadeep and a run of chart-topping songs.
Franky Wah has a jam-packed summer of tour dates ahead of him. He’ll be making his debut as a headliner on Ibiza at Club Chinois, as well as appearances at big festivals like EDC Vegas, Creamfields, TomorrowWorld, and Electric Zoo, among more than 40 other scheduled performances. Anjunadeep Open Air London takes place in Finsbury Park on August 13, and Franky will be joining an all-star roster there. Rae Morris will be joining him onstage to sing “Call My Name” during his set.
Listen to the track below.
Written by: Editor of IVR