His recent house inspired single, Rollin, was described by Tom Robinson of BBC Radio 6 as ‘gorgeous, poised vocals over a gossamer production’. His ‘heavenly’ vocals and ‘left field’ production in songs like Rollin and laid-back track Weekend have earned global attention from Clash Magazine, HighClouds, PopMuzik, Wolf in a Suit, BronxnetTV, OUTtv, Son of Marketing and many more.
He released a cover of The Cranberries’ Dreams in late 2017, weeks before the passing of Dolores O’Riordan, a tribute to her epic talent and timeless inspiration.
He’ll be releasing a series of singles throughout 2018, starting with the emotional ‘How to Make Love,’ which debuted on Popmatters, saying ‘remarkable lyrics speak to the vexing questions of the day as the world grapples with difference of many stripes and global political instability. ’
Of his work, Reigen says ‘love stories and hook up stories are a way to escape and renew and others are my road to healing.’