SNG wants people to turn up the volume and pour themselves another drink when they’re listening to his music.
From an obsession with futuristic technology to a background in dance and surrealist art, SNG had bridged these multifaceted interests into his career.
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He decided to create his own space in the music world with his latest single, “Look At Me,” creating not one, but two self-produced music videos.
The “Look At Me” video takes place in an otherworldly forest where SNG is under surveillance inside this surrealist architecture.