Goldman Sachs CEO by day, good-willed DJ by night, David Solomun (DJ D-Sol) has proven he’s a force both inside the boardroom and behind the decks. He’s joined ranks with gusto-laden vocalist, Hayley May, for his new sonic act of synergy “Electric.”
The galvanizing dancefloor display sees release through Payback Records. This imprint is a special one, in that its organizers allocate 100% of its proceeds to nonprofit organizations geared toward addiction crisis.
Hayley May is the robust female voice behind wall-to-wall sensational cuts like Joel Cory’s “Sorry” and M-22’s “How Does It Feel.” With a fitting February 14 release, the track invokes an untethered spirit of love in the dance music domain.
“I’m fortunate that my visibility as a business person gives me the ability to create a platform that combines doing what I love, with a cause that I deeply believe in.” — David Solomon, Founder, Payback Records
Photo: Richard Copier