Dreya Mac is back with her first release of 2021, ‘BAG’

"'BAG' is all about me; what I’m about to do in music and life, what I do and don’t like, my family."

Londoner Dreya Mac is back with her first release of 2021, ‘BAG’

Featuring production from Karma Kid (Rudimental, Dua Lipa, Lily Allen), it also packs a video directed by Mac and Charlie Di Placido (Kojey Radical, Nines).

Speaking about the track, she explains: “‘BAG’ is all about me; what I’m about to do in music and life, what I do and don’t like, my family. Even down to the structure of the song, it depicts my sporadic thought process in general conversations and shows my crazy energy. It was definitely made for mosh pits and festivals.”

“I met Karma Kid (producer) at the end of last year,” she continues. “My manager organised a session and we clicked instantly. He really cares about his music so it was great for me as I’m the same. I heard the guitar play through the speaker in the session and I pictured the video instantly.”

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