Jamie Deng Takes You Back to the 80s Nostalgia With his Japanese JazzInfluenced Track Downtown Osaka


Downtown Osaka

Young and talented musician Jamie Deng blends the vintage and new-age resonance in his colorful rhythmic arrangements in the newly released song ‘Downtown Osaka’.

(ProNewsReport Editorial):- Sompting-Lancing, England Jan 11, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – The more modern music progresses, the more musicians find their muse in the vintage resonance than before. The promising musician from Lancing, West Sussex, Jamie Deng, is a City Pop, Jazz, Funk, Soul, Pop, and R&B Singer, who is inspired by the Japanese ’80s City Pop and Jazz fusion, and 80s Motown. His most recent creation Downtown Osaka‘ is reminiscent of the past mixed with his unique rhythmic twist. The song stands out in the crowd with his mesmerizingly unique vocal performance that unites the east and the west.

Garnering his influences mainly from the ’80s, the prolific singer enchants the audiences with his inimitable resonance. Inspired by musicians such as Whitney Houston and a few Japanese city pop artists such as Tatsuro Yamashita, Matsubara Miki, Momoko Kikuchi, and more, he makes sure to add the elements from their musical styles in his creations. He not only sings but composes all his music as well. The brilliant artist has made an impression on the local music-lovers by performing regularly at mic nights in West Sussex.

Working independently, Jamie Deng has been releasing back to back hits on online streaming platforms. His recent single ‘Downtown Osaka’ offers the audience a once in a lifetime experience of modern soulful music blended with ’80s Japanese Jazzy rhythmic cadence. His incredible singing merged perfectly with the melodic backdrop, takes the song to its dynamic heights. He is currently working on his promo single, ‘Love in Asia’. Follow him on Spotify, Facebook, and Instagram to know about his upcoming album ‘Jiangjing City Nightview‘.

Just go for this track ‘Downtown Osaka’ by Jamie Deng  :


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