Embracing the contemporary tones of hip hop and RnB, yet with an impressively detailed and progressive soundscape, Balagosa drives with quickly memorable melodies on this single – short lines and a hook that draw you in from the offset and keep you rhythmically engaged throughout. Production-wise there’s a dreamlike quality to this track, it doesn’t … Continued
Rising up slowly, from intimate delicacy and subtle hints of saxophone, to the fully immersive embrace of an EDM soundscape, the song celebrates love and a sense of spontaneity – inspiring the search for freedom, a moment of peace and calm outside of the rat-race.
Fresh from the album True Stories, Vol. 1, Magic (Connie’s Song) introduces the deeply soulful and musically extraordinary strengths of Toronto’s Queen Pepper in a subtly powerful way.
That bass-line gets right to you, sinking through the body with an unavoidable force, adding instrumental flair to an already striking pop song that’s easily memorable.
“I’m okay with it because I know that it’s relatable. I’m not the only person who has dealt with this scenario. I’ve always been pretty open about who I am, but never really on this level.”
The whole thing is subtly powerful, entrancing for its sense of space and colour, and the heavy contrast between that and the tiredness and melancholy in the lyrics.
“Nothing but Peace, Love and Positivity +++ that’s what I got tatted on my wrist and what I live by everyday.”
By the time the track comes to an end, that beat has energized the room, and that hook has softly but surely woven its way into your consciousness.
This is the kind of moment and indeed song that music fans can turn to and escape within, questioning things themselves, whilst being calmed by the overall good energy and multi-coloured ambiance of the single.
There’s a whole lot of emotion here, and this is what the song is – every aspect works hard to portray the weight of relationship struggles and false impressions.
Crisp, clean and contemporary sound design meets with quickly addictive songwriting on this latest easy hit from artist and songwriter FREMO.
Raw, fresh, no autotune in sight, Jack Da Union put across a narrative with great clarity. The lead vocal is laid back, swagger-filled, unconcerned, close to the mic and in our faces. It’s a classy piece…