The Toronto urban-pop group, 3409, started as a school project before ultimately becoming a recipe for success. The 4-piece group met at Humber’s Music Business program and is made up of vocalists Dante and Ro, as well as producers, Danny Del and Izzy. The quartet are no strangers with experimentation and expression, leaning into the energy of their youth, creating dance music that is inspired by their passion for hip-hop and R&B. With atmospheric and often culturally influenced production setting the tone, Dante and Ro excel in contrasting and perfectly complimenting deliveries.
Their latest release “Small Talk” is a celebration of diversity. Combining salsa, hip-hop, R&B, and West African chants, the result is a groovy, upbeat reminder of the talent and culture that the city possesses.
The potential of 3409 is obvious, and this is only the beginning. This is their 7th official single but their impact on the soundscape of Toronto is clear by the collaborations they have already managed to secure. By the end of 2020, 3409 expects to release several more singles and even a couple music videos.
Good music always wins. Be sure to check out “Small Talk” on all streaming platforms and be on the lookout for more work from 3409.
Stream “Small Talk” below.