I have serious doubts about the future of rock & roll. I don’t really hear anyone doing it. It’s a lot of DJs & rappish kind of stuff, singing to a backing track or jam bands & tribute/cover bands, which I don’t get at all. It’s like why would you go see people playing other people’s music?
Sometimes you forget how effective a well captured video can be in reigniting the fire of a mighty single. Seeing him perform this, the passion in his movements, his highlighting of certain lines & words – it really makes the song resonate even more so than before.
This single produced by JENIUS showcases the smooth musicality & clever conceptual approach of Finessen under a thoughtful & somewhat alternative light.
This meeting of the organic & electronic is notable throughout. The possibilities are unlimited when you get the songwriting down in such a way as this.
The performance is on point, not too much of the high pace overtakes the mellow, just enough to remind you to look out for whatever comes next.
The rate at which Yashar. G is putting out classics right now, and the quality at which he presents them, is well worth tuning in for.
The dream-like soundscape is anything but the expected route of hip-hop, it lays a thoughtful foundation upon which the rap performance shines beautifully.
The further you get into it, the more these moments extend and evolve, leading eventually into a classic and compelling guitar solo.
The music has the lightness of a lot of recent Vlog soundtracks, the flow offers the necessary humanity & character to bring it back down to the ground.
It’s a stunning track, the attention to detail is powerful & the unity of everything involved makes for a compelling & emotional experience.
The music has been rightfully considered an inherent part of the artistry. The music & the voice work in unison to portray the evolving moments.
There’s an underlying hopefulness, a thread of positivity that breathes new life into the music & offers a helping hand to those who are struggling.