Rick Wonder Wants People to “Feel Good” With New Deep Roots Records Single

House music lovers certainly have something to be thankful for leading up to Thanksgiving week — the newest single from NYC-based DJ and producer Rick Wonder. “Feel Good” sees its official release on Fri., Nov. 19 through What You Need Records, a division of Deep Root Records.

“Feel Good” is a melodic, pianocentric house track that packs a punch with its high energy — especially knowing all that the song stands for and how it came to life. What started as a “quarantine project” for the veteran artist soon resulted in “Feel Good,” which truly speaks for itself. Made to make you feel good, Rick Wonder shines on his latest release and we’re already looking forward to what he has to come.

Rick Wonder is just as big of a DJ as he is a producer and has performed DJ sets across the country at venues such as Marquee, TAO, Lavo, Somewhere Nowhere, Parq San Diego, Memorie Boston, and many more, he’s also played alongside the likes of The Chainsmokers, R3HAB, ACRAZE, Party Favor, Sultan + Ned Shepard, Paul Oakenfold & more. Don’t sleep on Rick Wonder and be sure to check out “Feel Good” and catch him live when he’s playing a city near you.

“​​Rick wonder is currently one of the most in-demand artists in New York City. Rick is taking the next step in his career by releasing his first record with Deep Root Records, “Feel Good”. The record is a celebration of things going back to the new normal, people dancing again, socializing, and partying like never before. Rick has performed with The Chainsmokers, Acraze, R3HAB, Party Favor, SayMyName, Paul Oakenfold + more and this record is a testament to his amazing talent. This record is perfect for any club or lounge setting.” — Deep Root Records


Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Spotify | SoundCloud




Freelance writer. Music enthusiast. Adventurer.

Love podcasts or audiobooks? Learn on the go with our new app.

Recommended from Medium

Dance, Dance, Dance

Music Education and the Power of Music: Jephta Bernstein’s Journey to Off the Hook Arts.

The Art & Inspiration of Nine Inch Nails

Wind Instruments May Not Be As Contagious As We Thought

The Art of Music Classification

King Bogus, The Monarch, is Conquering the Rap Game and Elevating the Kingdom of Savannah.

“I’m no authority on Townes,” said Eric Nassau when I approached him with a few questions about…

“There are No Shortcuts in this Business,” says Detroit’s Floss alot

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Ken Adams

Ken Adams

Freelance writer. Music enthusiast. Adventurer.

More from Medium

A Future Drawn In Light

What is Wrong with the Wheel of Time?

My Soundtrack: The Otherness in 5 songs.

Our 10 Fave Shawn Mendes’ Music Videos