Fusing a calming and colourful ambiance with a thick, mellow hip hop beat, the artist presents a contemporary balance between rap and melody, all the while throwing references to confidence and hard work into the mix in an inspiring, energizing manner.
“To hear people say my music resonates with them or their personal lives feels out of this world! It’s quite intimidating at the same time because, as a songwriter, I’m in a way exposing my truth. No holds barred.”
Ev Young takes the synth-driven pulse of summer-time EDM and fuses it with a notably trip-hop inspired ambiance and a reverb-soaked vocal melody for this single – all of which paints a smooth, calming audio experience around the listener.
Shreya Preeti leads with a smooth and soulful vocal on this alternative pop-RnB fusion single Junkyard. The track, or at least the live version, offers an organic musicality that’s refreshing to witness – the performance in full is of a supremely high quality, and there’s plenty of passion connected to the moment throughout.
Thousand Times’ return this year brings a gorgeously ambient and smooth RnB-fusion track with a softly soulful backbone. Seductively gritty vocals leads the way lyrically and melodically, running alongside a down-pouring of colourful synths and a sort of lightly throbbing energy level.
The Live Sessions is music for music’s sake, and if mainstream culture has made you forget what that sounds like, Torelli and the Fuse are here to remind you.
Cross My Heart sounds beautiful, passionate & musically supreme. It’s memorable in a subtle fashion, not intrusive or irritating to have running through your mind – on the contrary, it feels soothing to consider the loyalty & love at the heart of the song; even with its turmoil & regret – that realness is everything.
The song itself leans in a notably soulful direction as things intensify, but this is primarily down to the development of the melody and the sheer effortless emotion and movement of that vocal. An easy beat and plenty of space, a hint of reverb, a flicker of guitar and synth later on – this is all that surrounds the writing and the performance for the most part.
Fighting in favour of personal drive and a deep-running desire to succeed, We Up celebrates achievement and rising up within life in a colorful and optimistic manner.
Where artists such as The Weeknd have taken familiarity and fused it with unexpected edge and grit, Abryon seems on the verge of pushing for a similar level of identity.
Utilizing less than two and half minutes, ☽$cY†HE drives with emotional urgency and soulful turmoil on this single. From the offset you can hear the pain in the vocal delivery and in the lyrics – the song details loss and desperation, the end of something that meant so much.
All I want to do is fly as a central line offers a beautiful melody, somehow melancholic yet optimistic in the same instance – it’s a powerful moment that lingers in your mind long after listening.