Duñe dazzles in his new EP, ‘Better Never Than Late’

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A musical masterpiece that marks a new stage in the career of this versatile artist.

The first month of 2024 lights up with the release of the latest EP from the talented singer and producer, Duñe. Under the title Better Never Than Latethis musical masterpiece reflects the artistic and sonic evolution of the versatile artist.

Better Never Than Late not only does it represent a new musical direction for Duñe, but also serves as a testament to his artistic growth over the years. After releasing four singles since April 2023, this EP is the culmination of almost two years of inspiration, research and creation.

Fans can also look forward to a deluxe version of the EP next spring, which will include exclusive remixes and covers, further expanding the listening experience it offers. Better Never Than Late.

The mix of indie pop, R&B and hip hop influences creates a fresh and exciting sound that promises to captivate listeners from the first beat.

From the captivating “I’d Better” until the perfect closure with “Waste Your Time”, the EP offers a unique listening experience that fuses intriguing beats with thoughtful lyrics. This new sound not only marks a musical change for Duñebut also redefines his stage presence, paving the way for an exciting musical future.


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