Franky Wah takes inspiration from 90s house for new single ‘You Don’t Know’


Yorkshire DJ and producer Franky Wah returns with the euphoric sounds of new single ‘You Don’t Know’, out today via Ministry of Sound.

Following on from his lauded mixtape The Revival Vol. 1, the track samples iconic vocals from the 90s house classic ‘Finally’ by Kings of Tomorrow. ‘You Don’t Know’ combines kinetic drum patterns and elevating synth layers to craft an emotional club track with progressive trance at its heart.

“You Don’t Know is another record I hold close to my heart,” Franky explains, “mainly because of the emotion I feel when I listen to it.”

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Franky continues, “The chords bring an emotional but uplifting vibe to the record and it definitely feels like that, set closing, hug your friend at the end of the night kind of track. We’ve all experienced very testing times lately and I really hope people can resonate with the lyrics on this one as much as I do.”

2019 saw Franky release a slew of lauded singles, including ‘Time After Time’ featuring the inimitable Jessie Ware, which reached Beatport’s Top 10 as well as the Top 5 of the Radio 1 Dance Chart.

Arguably the most successful release last year was ‘Hide’, featuring New Zealand singer-songwriter Robinson, which became BBC Introducing ‘Track Of The Week’ on Radio 1 and has so far amassed 1.4 million combined streams.

Franky is an artist who continues to grow with every release, both in confidence and in stature, and ‘You Don’t Know’ brings a brand new energy to a classic dance gem.

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