“I’m sipping on Pink Whitney, I feel it slowly hitting me, rarely do I drink though, but I’m halfway through the bottle…”
– quote from “Pink Whitney”
Toronto, Canada singer, songwriter, and producer, Jack Olmstead, just released his new single titled “Pink Whitney”. The song was co-produced by Jack Laboz and Omstead.
Jack had this to say about his new single: “In Canada, hockey is a big part of our culture. Learning how to skate, for many kids, is synonymous with walking. Hockey is a game you get exposed to at a young age, and because of this, I felt it was only right to craft a song about a drink that is now associated with Canada’s national game (thanks to Barstool Sports). It’s a perfect tune for back to school (socially distanced) festivities.”
At the age of eight, Jack Omstead started creating his first songs on GarageBand. His love for music grew in high school after he suffered sports-related injuries. His time went from going to basketball tournaments to writing and recording vocals in his sister’s bedroom closet.
Jack shares a behind the scenes look into his life new episodes in his documentary series “The Making of Lil’ Omer”.