A show of musical and vocal prowess
Yerry Rellum is known from The Voice Of Holland, Season 7. He released the single, 'I Feel Love', in February 2018 to wide acceptance. 'I Feel Love' was co-written with Duane Stephenson and produced by Wouter Hardy.
'I Feel Love' is a song that bespeaks beauty such as is felt and interpreted right within your soul. I will be telling you as much of it as I can translate into words in an attempt to communicate them to you.
First, it begins with a touching piano intro that kicks off like a shaft of morning sun; sudden but not startling, as though you've been readying a welcome for it all the while. I'm intrigued by that very brief pause before Yerry's voice comes up. How suspenseful! In that very brief moment, it's like the mind skips over a void that's quite musical, or rather a part of the musical whole. And you should hear how rich Yerry's vocals come. It's melodiously masculine. Suave.
I'm intrigued by that very brief pause before Yerry's voice comes up.
Instrumentally, I perceive 'I Feel Love' to border closely on Accapella, for it allows Yerry's vocals to breathe and express its natural properties. And you should experience the consistency of his vocals; they retain their integrity even when taken onto high and low pitches.
It's quite a show of musical and vocal prowess, the way he alters his tone at periods along with the song. If altering his tone inspires a welcome sensation, then you should experience the momentary pauses along with the song. Again, it's sensational, for 'sensational' seems to be the right word for describing it. It's like Yerry is allowing you a fraction of a moment to listen to your heart add its own beat to the instrumental accompaniment. I have made mention of the song bordering on Accapella, with the piano, though relegated to the background, offering a worthy projection of the vocals.
It's quite a show of musical and vocal prowess, the way he alters his tone at periods along with the song.
I may never stop talking about the vocals, Yerry's vocals. Wow. I'm still trying to draw comparisons. But I won't waste the time wracking my head lest you don't have the luxury of time. I should rather make mention of its evident synchrony with the sparse instrumental accompaniment. Sometimes though, it's stretched a little, as though to veer off course, but this is Yerry being vocally romantic. And my senses get a full measure of the musical romance. Such a treatment of music!
You shouldn't believe me if I missed out the backup vocals. You should hear the episodes of backup vocals. It's like a reinforcement coming and going when beckoned upon by a commander of troops. How beautiful and rich they sound! They lend such a sublime feel to the song. My very soul reverberated with the melody. A violin joining the instrumental assortment at a stage makes it all heavenly.
You should hear the episodes of backup vocals. It's like a reinforcement coming and going when beckoned upon by a commander of troops.
This is a song whose strength lies in every one of its musical elements. There is no single element that isn't brought on in a state of perfection. The lyrics offer a transport as much as the vocals and musical accompaniment. I will recommend this song any day and time for anyone who loves music in the Soul genre. And surely, the one would thank me afterwards.