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Canadian Musician Wolf Saga Has A Surprising Connection To An MMVA Performer

If you aren’t listening to Wolf Saga, you’re going to want to start. Johnny Saga is the man behind Wolf Saga and has been creating beautiful and emotionally stirring synth music for years. Hailing from London, Ontario, Saga’s offerings have made him one of the most exciting musicians in EDM, expertly crafting songs that range from slow burns to chest pumping dance tunes, like his recent single “Keep Dancing.”

Like the title suggests, this 1980s retro throwback is the perfect track to keep you moving, with the lyrics acting as an instructional booklet reminding listeners that as long as they keep moving, their feet won’t fail them. Neither will Wolf Saga’s beat.

Showing his versatility, Wolf Saga does a complete 180 from his dance-enthusiast track “Keep Dancing” with his latest single, “When The Storm Has Passed.” Creating a sonic experience that washes over listeners, the dramatic rise and fall of the track perfectly represent the song title, both literally and figuratively.

While Wolf Saga is best known for crafting his own original pieces of art, the Canadian musician has also used his gifts to bring a heightened emotion to the work of other artists. Four years ago, Wolf Saga took on 2017 iHeartRadio MMVA perform Iggy Azalea and her song “Work,” slowing down the hard-hitting autobiographical track about struggle and self-sacrifice, giving Azalea’s incredible story of triumph more room to leave an impact on listeners.

With Azalea preparing to release her sophomore album Digital Distortion this year, we hope Wolf Saga has a few more remixes up his sleeve.

Don’t miss Wolf Saga performing at Luminato in Toronto on June 21.