South African travelling Blues Rock Singer-Songwriter Kenny Hughes is back with his new single ‘Destiny’

South African travelling Blues Rock Singer-Songwriter Kenny Hughes is back with his new single ‘Destiny’ produced by, and featuring Evert Snyman (Drums, Bass & Keys).

Kenny shares that “Destiny is about a dream I had some time ago. I dreamt of a girl that looked familiar, but I couldn’t figure out where I knew her from. Hence the line ‘I think I knew her name’. It’s a groovy tune that brings a lot more of the funk feel to my sound. I’m really happy with how it turned out, and hope you enjoy it.”

Kenny has been on a roll the past 18 months, delivering one hit after another. His last 3 singles consecutively made it to the no 1 slot on the SA TOP 40 with MIX FM (two also made it to the TOP 50 tracks of 2021). Kenny was also a finalist in the US Banger Music Awards, and enjoyed radio premieres, features and further chart entries in SA and the UK, as well as countries like Germany, Canada, and Australia. In addition to radio plays globally, he was also fortunate to play countless shows and prominent festivals like Park Acoustics, participated in podcasts and interviews globally, featured on YouTube shows with BurgStudio, as well as TV shows with Drumpipo Network TV, Expresso Live, Die Groot Ontbyt and Doodgewone Jo with Jo Black.

 Kenny has been a Blues & Rock Musician for the past 6 years, having an amazing time meeting new people, seeing new places and playing my music at great venues on his journey. Kenny loves the whole experience and vibe  … there’s nothing else he would rather do!

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Facebook @kennyhughesofficial 

Instagram @kennyhughes_artist

Photo by Gawd Squad Entertainment

Artist: Kenny Hughes

Single: Destiny (03:38)

Genre: Blues Rock

Country: South Africa

Release Date: 8 July 2022

Publisher: Independent Release

UPC # 198003842366

ISRC # ushm22200720

Clean Lyrics

Vocals, Guitar & Composition  by Kenny Hughes

Drums, Bass & Keys by Evert Snyman

Produced by Evert Snyman

Cover Photo by Dean-Claudé Eybers

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