Famous pop music artist O’Neill Fernandes’ brilliant album “Let’s Dance…Vol.4” fills the heart with positive vibes

Acclaimed pop music artist from Perth, Australia, O’Neill Fernandes is back with his quiet new album ‘Let’s Dance…Vol.4’ which is sure to have you dancing.

(The Magazine Plus Editorial): – Perth, Western Australia, January 3, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Pop music is one of the trending music genres of all time that has people dancing to its tunes. Renowned pop music artist, Australia O’Neill Fernandes created his two new pieces of music entirely composed and recorded by him. He described the album as “Let’s Dance… Vol.4” where he composed music of all genres and across generations. The album includes some of the famous music like “1963 (Oh What A Night)” from all four seasons, Wanda Jackson’s “Let’s Have A Party” and Lewi’s “Great Balls Of Fire”.

This famous Perth pop music artist is a fan of Queen and Electric Light Orchestra (ELO). The artist has been associated with music production for a very long time. The amazing fact is that the artist learned to play all the instruments, record the music and produce the music all by himself. Music is Fernandes’ passion and he has come a long way from Hi-Fi enthusiast to mobile DJ to guitarist and producer. Such a journey is not easy and it has inspired people to follow their passion. His music always comes from his heart and with a real desire to engage the audience.

The stunning and dynamic performances of O’Neill Fernandes are quite evident in the tracks of ‘Crazy little thing called love‘ and ‘Young people‘ excerpt from the album “Let’s Dance… Vol.4” as he poured all of his creativity into his supreme talent, making the tracks some of the best in the industry. He composed each track with his own taste, providing multiple choices for all types of listeners based on their preferences. All his music tracks are available on Soundcloud. Follow O’Neill Fernandes on Soundcloud, Youtube, Facebook and LinkedIn for more music and upcoming updates.

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