When a musical collaboration seems to be working you need to keep coming back and working together to see where it can take you. Success breeds more success. Having a trusted collaborator in music help motivate you to keep creating and producing the best sounds you can. Our friends Michael J Foxx and Sydney Sexton have had their noses to the grindstone putting out a ton of great music together. The train seems to be full steam ahead with a couple more videos and a full-length collaborative album just released.
With seasoned audio engineer and music producer Michael J Foxx using his unique influences from Hip-Hop to R&B to Rock, he is able to create a fresh sound in every track. Originally hailing from Harlem, NYC, USA and now based in Moncton, New Brunswick in Canada adds to the diversity of his sound. Adding in some songwriting flair and her sultry vocals lets Sydney Sexton provide another layer to the duo’s tone which allows them to go in whatever direction they see fit.
With their full-length Duality album just released on February 12th, Michael and Sydney also provided some stunning visuals for us to enjoy:
Sydney Sexton – ‘Pull Me In’
Sydney Sexton takes the lead with “Pull Me In” to warm our hearts. The mellow and experimental soundscape lets the vocals act as the focus to carry us away to a warm and cozy spot to relax and enjoy. Soothing sounds seem to come from all angles to keep the listener guessing where it will go next.
Michael J Foxx – ‘Burn It All’
The energy gets turned up with “Burn It All” by Michael J Foxx. He lays out his true feeling and past in the lyrics while a popping beat keeps heads bopping along. The flow is smooth as the video bounces around providing an attention keeping sight for the eyes. Audio and visual work in duality to dig us deeper into the music.
The pair have been getting a lot of traction since the COVID-19 pandemic hit and there seems to be no signs of slowing down. Duality is now available through all major streaming platforms, including Spotify, Apple Music, and Tidal.