Brooklyn Artist Done Wright Knows Just How To Do It With New Single And Video, ‘Aruba’

Multi-talented artist David Wright performs under the moniker of Done Wright, and he certainly knows how it’s done, with the video for his latest single, ‘Aruba’.

A musician, vocalist, songwriter, producer, and on top of all that, an entrepreneur, Done Wright has a great approach to hip hop that plenty could learn from. Born in the Crown Heights neighbourhood of Brooklyn, New York, Done Wright was inspired by the likes of Nas, and Mobb Deep, as well as the local cultural influences of R&B, and soul music. All this, as well as more than 10 years in the business, ensures that he’s able to get exactly the right flow, rhythm, and cadence, no matter what beat. His music also reaches into every corner as well, thanks to his wide-ranging themes that include street life, interpersonal relationships, and being a father.

New single, ‘Aruba’, sounds like a tropical paradise just from the name alone, and Done Wright doesn’t disappoint with his lush tropical beats and laid-back bars. He provides for us a ticket to those relaxed, good vibes we tend to really only experience when we’re on holiday, and the song itself is all about the rest, relaxation, and just treating ourselves a little. Why not – we’re on vacation after all!

Done Wright has spent years working on getting his lyrics just right, and his master craftsmanship shows in every bar, and across his entire flow. The music video, continues the feeling of tropical warmth with a bright colour pallet and gorgeous visuals; Done Wright is surrounded by beautiful women, plush surroundings, and plenty of cash to splash. He’s off to Aruba to scuba, and enjoying what he’s earned through pure hustle.

Watch the video for ‘Aruba’ below, and find out more about Done Wright and his music online on his official website, Facebook, and Instagram.

Done Wright - Aruba (Clean)  [Official Music Video]

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