Freya Alley is back with her new song, ‘A Woman’s Heart.’ It is about not letting the past control you and finding a light in the darkness.
A calm ambience dominates the song. You can hear the honesty and vulnerability as Freya’s voice glides through your ears. When she sings: “Honestly, can’t you see I love you now”, she could be talking about her feelings as she opens her heart and mind.
I think this song is great because it shows how important it is to share our feelings and emotions. That is a unique selling point that people can relate to.
Production collective RUMBLE are back with a brand new tune. The song is called ‘U Can’t Hide’ and it is one of the sounds of summer 2021. It features Blackout Ja who is a prominent figure of the dancehall scene.
‘U Can Hide’ is full of energy with some slick production. It essentially asksyou to jump around and dance, which I think is brilliant because this year, we need some uplifting positive energy. It is a colourful song with an electric atmosphere, which helps improve the listeners experience.
I cannot wait to see what RUMBLE do in the future because this track has massive vibes that will improve your mood straightaway.
Norfolk country-pop singer songwriter Breeze Redwine is back with her brand new single ‘Money.’ She draws influences from Miley Cyrus and Shawn Mendes’ uplifting songs, and brings in her own atmospheric soundscapes. This works extremely well with her fearless persona.
The moment you first hear ‘Money’ its sass immediately grabs you. The vocals are full of sass and attitude. The production is very crisp because it brings out the vocals very nicely. They’re raw with bags of soul. Unapologetically honest. This song will soundtrack your summer and surely lead Breeze Redwine on to bigger things.
Marlounsly is a singer-songwriter who has amassed millions of views and streams. She has garnered plenty of attention from outlets including MTV and Flaunt Magazine.
Her brand new song ‘I Am’ is an R n’ B banger that will make you feel good about yourself. The production is upbeat and colourful. The smooth piano and rumbling bass makes you think of summer, which is really awesome because it brings out a confident attitude.
I love the playful vocals because they’re full of life and colour. They work well with the affirmative lyrics, demonstrating a feel-good song that will make your day better.
‘Alright in the End’ is the debut single from Natasha Nicole. Laura Marling and Joni Mitchell inspired the song. It’s about Nicole’s struggles with depression and anxiety, but writing it helped her bring out her creativity. Listening to the song, you will also feel confident and it will give you a morale boosting lift.
‘Alright in the End’ has a bright trumpet that dominates the chorus. This is great because the listener feels a warm and positive glow. The production is stripped back which is great because it compliments Nicole’s voice well. The lyrics celebrate positivity and individuality because they encourage the listener to take time out for themselves and relax. When Nicole sings, “It’ll be alright in the end” in the chorus, it brings about the optimism that we will get through this difficult period.
I like ‘Alright in the End’ because it’s uplifting. It demonstrates how honest Natasha Nicole can be, and I can’t wait to hear more from her in the future.