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New York artist, Eli Da Vincii, announces new single "Love Don't Live Here"

Eli Da Vincii is an experienced songwriter, producer, and recording artist hailing from Brooklyn, New York. From an early age, this talented artist has been writing and producing dynamic hip-hop tracks and is already achieving a great deal through his work. With numerous released songs to his name including, "In My Head", "cold, cold nights", "Walk A Mile In My Shoes", "I'm Gone", and "WHOLE LOTTA HATE", Eli Da Vincii is proving himself to be not only incredibly prolific as songwriter, but that he also has what it takes to achieve greatness within the music industry.

Most recently, Eli Da Vincii has announced his most recent highly-awaited single titled, "Love Don't Live Here" onto all digital streaming platforms. This new track showcases some of the artist's finest work yet, and shines a light on his undeniable versatility as a lyricist and as a producer. Released July 22nd, "Love Don't Live Here" is already receiving an immensely positive reception for both dedicated and new listeners worldwide! Follow Eli Da Vincii on his social media platforms to stay tuned on his future music releases and news.

Listen to "Love Don't Live Here" now on Spotify:

"My music has definitely helped me cope with things such as my anxiety and confidence it creates a safe outlet for me to express my feelings and creativity in." - Eli Da Vincii


Hello, Eli Da Vincii! Thank you very much for joining us today. First things first, could you tell me how you discovered your passion for music?

Eli: I discovered my passion of music very young. I was always into writing short stories such as fanfic and other things, I then begin to write poems and eventually they turned into raps but due to my anxiety and shyness I kept my raps private and hidden until high school.

What three words would you say best describe your style & music as a whole?

Eli: The words that describe my music and style is definitely Moody, Chill, and Fierce. I often make songs that have a lot of feeling in them that are in a very chill tone.

What is your interpretation of being an artist? What does it mean to you?

Eli: Being an artist is more than just releasing art it’s about growing and evolving with each project you make, it’s about finding ways to creatively grow and put your art out so others can see.

Tell me a little about your recent single titled, “Love Don’t Live Here”.. what is something very special about it?

Eli: My new single “Love Don’t Live Here” is special because it’s the first time I really took my own personal feelings and how I felt about something (Love in this day and age) and turned it into a song.

You have some really great tracks on Spotify! I’d like to know, do you have a favorite song you’ve done so far? Why is it your favorite?

Eli: My favorite song definitely has to be “cold, cold nights”. I love everything about the song the beat was just fire (shoutout to PALE1080 creator of the beat) and it was a song I just had so much fun creating.

Most artists say that through their art they learn more about themselves, heal injuries… in what ways has music helped you?

Eli: My music has definitely helped me cope with things such as my anxiety and confidence it creates a safe outlet for me to express my feelings and creativity in.

How do you want your music to help or affect other people?

Eli: I want my music to affect others by giving them something relatable to listen and vibe to I want my listeners to be able to enjoy each masterpiece I create.

Who are some other notable artists that influence your sound and style the most?

Eli: The artists that helped influence my sound are A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Nicki Minaj, Drake, Lil Wayne, Tupac and Eminem.

In your opinion, what separates you from other artists in your genre?

Eli: What separates me from other artists in my genre is my ability to stand out and be different. I’m not afraid to experiment and try different sounds and genres I want to be as versatile as possible and able to reach more than one type of audience.

What is the next “big thing” the world can expect from you?

Eli: The next big thing to expect from me will be my upcoming project “Da Vincii World” which will be dropping sometime in the late fall/early winter. The project will be filled with a lot of different sounds and will be one of the best music pieces I put out this year.

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