Alvin Harrison - I'm So Happy - Stereo Stickman

Alvin Harrison I’m So Happy


Tropical dance flavours and colourful production unite for the naturally inviting soundscape of Alvin Harrison’s latest hit.

From one suggestive trait to another though, we’re soon redirected by a funk-style vocal lead of clear character and heavy effecting, for an ultimate fusion of genres that toys with the very landscape of modern music.

Unmistakable in vocal tone and somewhat theatrical in its relaying of the good memories regarding intimate moments with a significant other, I’m So Happy initially stands tall on the continuous strength of its crisp, multi-layered synth, bass and rhythm-based arrangement.

Once you weave in that vocal, things feel a little more distinctly nostalgic – not least of all due to the canned and doubled vocal effects. No doubt this approach will prove a recognizable quality of Alvin Harrison’s across many future releases.

Appropriately written on Valentine’s Day, I’m So Happy employs a creatively fun approach to crafting songs – offering three varied verse set-ups and an equally meandering chorus structure to keep things mildly unpredictable.

Self-crafted from lyric to engineering to the final master, I’m So Happy speaks out on the professionalism and commitment of Alvin Harrison as an artist.

Rebecca Cullen

Founder & Editor

Founder, Editor, Musician & MA Songwriter

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