'Dancy Boy'

French producer Lewis OfMan is moving in his own lane.

A prodigal musician - he'd picked up the drums before he was a teen, and by 19 the producer was soundtracking some of Paris Fashion Week's hottest runway shows - he's used these abilities to craft something original.

Rugged club bumpers that arrived draped in fluorescent colour, there's a sense of personality to his work, this off piste humour, that lets him stand out.

Seemingly inspired by Beethoven and Frank Ocean, with a predilection for '70s Italian film scores, he's venturing into funky new climes.

'Dancy Boy' is his latest statement, and its rhythmic elasticity is matched by some cool visuals.

Set in Atlanta, it's directed by Julien Soulier, and acts as a homage to a city that has been so crucial to the development of 21st century music.

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