Junior’s Just Had to DOYO it
Hailee Steinfeld’s “Most Girls” was definitely a topper in the charts this past year. She killed it with an empowering song for girls of all ages going through the stages of life. Also, hits such as “My Way” by Calvin Harris and “New Rules” by Dua Lipa incorporate the groovy beats this generation has grown to love. Junior’s just had to DOYO it.
DOYO is an acronym which stands for “Dance On Your Own”; this concept came from Junior’s experience of seeing millennials at events not knowing how to dance to tropical rhythms. His idea of layering salsa and merengue rhythms into well-known pop songs is bound to be the latest sensation.
“Most Girls” is just one of many songs Junior DOYO’d. The powerful brass section and strong female vocal lead give this track a trademark. The track especially became a hit for young women who go through hardships and need a little reminder that they are just as strong and as beautiful as they aspire to be. With a message like that, Junior’s just had to DOYO it. The brand new mix of “Most Girls” has received an outstanding reaction from audiences all over South Florida.
DOYO is not just a style of music; it is a movement. Junior’s plan for DOYO goes far beyond weddings and events. DOYO was made to make younger people (who don’t feel comfortable dancing like mom or dad) comfortable dancing to songs this generation loves, while also incorporating rhythms that mom and dad grew up with.
Click the link below to enjoy “Most Girls” by Junior’s Band DOYO and don’t stop dancing!