Dominic Neill releases soulful Afro Pop rendition of Liquideep’s hit “Alone”

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[Pictured: Dominic Neill]
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Berlin, Germany — April 5, 2024 — Platinum South African-born singer-songwriter Dominic Neill is set to release his much-anticipated rendition of Liquideep’s hit single “Alone” on Friday, April 5th. Neill’s interpretation infuses chill and Afro influences, promising a refreshing take perfect for the upcoming summer season.
 
With an impressive track record boasting over 100 million streams and collaborations with industry heavyweights like James Carter and Trinix, Dominic Neill continues to captivate audiences globally. His previous releases have received widespread acclaim, with “Where Do We Go” even securing a spot in the top 100 airplay charts in Germany back in 2022.
 
Reflecting on his latest release, Neill shares, “This record is 100% about giving homage to Liquideep and how amazing the sound was that they were creating back in 2010. I am a proud South African, and this was and is our sound, and I am happy to create a version of ‘Alone’ that shows it is more relevant than ever. It is the merging of worlds for me as a South African living in Berlin and the merging of time between the sound back then and where the world is now.”
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In 2023, Dominic Neill reunited with DJ Kent to deliver the chart-topping single “Best Is Yet To Come.” Despite his ventures in Berlin, Neill felt compelled to create something for his homeland, resulting in the soulful collaboration with DJ Kent. The single garnered significant radio support and affection from fans, solidifying the duo’s ability to deliver hits consistently.
 
Dominic Neill’s rendition of “Alone” promises to captivate audiences once again, blending nostalgia with contemporary influences. Stay tuned for its release on April 5th across all major digital streaming platforms.
[Cover artwork for “Alone”]
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