Gibson Parker‘s career continues to gain momentum, and his newest release “Mana” is sure to only build upon previous successes. The groovy new single adds a fresh, dynamic appeal to his catalog thanks to its deeper house undertones, showing a growing maturity within Parker’s production acumen. Now things come full circle in a way, highlighting Parker’s musical upbringing. He is the son of musician and actor Ray Parker Jr., who is actually featured on “Mana” playing guitar.
Parker spoke to Dancing Astronaut about the release and working with his father. He shares,
“When I made the first version of ‘Mana’ I liked it, but didn’t love it. I just knew there was something missing. That’s when I came up with the idea to record my dad playing guitar on it. After a few takes, the track was finally completed. It was a really cool experience to finally bring my dad onto one of my tracks.”
Listen to Gibson Parker’s latest below.
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