When deep house, pop, and R&B singer-songwriter Sarey Savy first started journaling his thoughts at the age of 12, he didn't imagine it would take an unorthodox turn to capture an international demographic from his Seattle apartment through melody and sound. With his (majorly self-produced, written, sung, and engineered) EP "SZNS OF LOVE" and various spawned singles that dive into personal experiences with alcoholism, abuse, and all aspects of interpersonal relationships, any listener will find themselves relating to the multifaceted artist. From his infectious and catchy hooks to his bubbly personality, the triple threat perfectly encapsulates and encompasses the true meaning of what the modern artist should be - keeping creative control in front and behind the scenes work of the music industry. Garnering over a million streams on Spotify, it's transparent that his stories will continue to sweep audiences from all over the world.
Sarey is the perfect example of today's DIY artist. As a young teen, he stayed up countless nights for endless hours learning the back end of DAWS and music production. At 15, he signed a deal with an Orange County based label that saw his first official release of self-written and produced "Sweet Like Candy." It would soon lead to him being enlisted as one of the main headliners for Seattle's "Capitol Hill Pride Festival" which included Mary Lambert at the age of 16 (sees 30,000 attendees per year) and being placed on the cover of Seattle's oldest Asian American paper "International Examiner" for their 40th year anniversary. He then met German producer Zemyu in 2018 on an app called "Vampr" (which he is an investor in) and released "Someone Like You" (under Munix Music owned by Shaun Bate) when Sarey's career was exposed outside of Seattle.
Following the release of "Someone Like You", the singer-songwriter would go on to work with producers from Australia, Japan, Netherlands, Mexico, Canada, Estonia, and more. He later collaborated with Tokyo band MAD AIR to release "Count on Me" which was featured on Spotify Japan's editorial playlists - including "New Music Wednesday." While working on his own solo projects, he met Italian producer Chris River and penned his most successful single to date "Games" along with Dankann and multi-platinum producer Eugenio Maimone (Ghali, DNCE, Merk & Kremont). "Games" released under the Italian label "Enforce the Sound" in December 2019 went on to become the label's biggest single yet. It has crossed over a million streams on Spotify, was played on rotation for radio stations in Italy including Radio 105 by guest DJ Simon Field and OneDance FM, and made its premiere at the San Siro Stadium as a prelude to the UEFA Championship League Game for Inter - Milan V.S. Barcelona. In addition to this, the single was supported by R3HAB, Nicky Romero, Brooks, Dmitri Vegas & Like Mike, House Nation, ChillYourMind, LoudKult, Selected., and more.
In March 2020, Sarey released his energetic, pop record "All My Love" under the same label as a solo single produced by Chris River, Dankann, and Eugenio Maimone once again. In April 2020, he released the aforementioned "SZNS OF LOVE." The 5 track pop and R&B EP is filled with first-person accounts of the singer's life. The lead single "Emotional" touches on how alcoholism has affected his relationship with a family member he cares deeply for. The EP invites fans to listen to the angst of his experience with physical abuse, raising your self-worth, reminiscing on a past love, and expressing your inner anger. Early September 2020 would see Sarey take a hand at songwriting for other artists. He helped co-write "There For You" for Netherlands based duo Voster & Gallardo which has amassed over 250,000 streams on Spotify.
Near the end of September 2020, he released his single "Company" under Enforce the Sound record label for the third time. Perhaps his most personal release, the singer ponders who truly want to be there for him. The single was a success on Italian radio. The single aired on m2o Radio, OneDance, and Radio 105's "105 InDaKlubb" (playing the top Italian music). In addition to this, the single charted on South Italy's biggest music station Radio Norba's "Top 30 Hit Dance" charts - holding the #26 spot for over a month.
In January 2021, the singer-songwriter took a different direction and released "Expen$ive" with his first-ever music video alongside local Seattle artists Emanuel Brown and KingDow. The song was featured by local media outlets like Respect My Region, and Hip Hop Seattle. The singer-songwriter is currently hard at work in his home studio gearing up for future releases.
"Up-and-coming queer R&B artist Sarey Savy is defying the odds to make a name for himself in the music business."
- International Examiner
"Sarey Savy, Seattle's own, sings for the world now"
- NW Asian Weekly
"Making a dent in Seattle's music scene, one show at a time."
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