Denny Strickland ’s new track, Harley Quinn, is dropping this Friday 25th October.
His inspiration for the song comes from the DC comic-book movie Suicide Squad, which was released in 2016. Denny explains, “At the time I wrote this song, I was watching Suicide Squad and I really liked Margot Robbie’s performance. I imagined her drinking gin and smoking in the club like the bad b**** she is and the lyrics just came to mind. The rest of the song just flowed out from there referencing Louis Vuitton, Lamborghini, Johnny Cage (Mortal Kombat) and my favorite mustang Fox body 5-0….”
Named one of Rolling Stone’s “Top 10 Artists to Watch,” Strickland has quickly gained national attention for his daring innovative ways of crossing musical lines. His latest single, the R&B influenced country anthem “Don’t You Wanna” (featuring Juicy J), is an exemplary example of his technique as he continues pushing the boundaries of music.
Strickland has become notorious for seamlessly taking elements from a variety of genres and creating his own distinct sound. The Nashville resident released his first LP, California Dreamin in August 2018. Strickland continues to have a knack for party-friendly anthems and doesn’t try to hide his affinity for everyone from Lana Del Rey-to-Timbaland on songs that bear heavy pop and electronic influences.