‘Fantasize’ is a grandiose rant in which Arlen airs his discontentment with his station in life as well as the socio-political climate at the time of his writing, while defiantly daring to dream big. He began writing the song during his gruelling tenure in medical school when he truly began questioning his purpose in life. Lesroy ‘A.P.’ Byers of the Oakville Collective captures perfectly in the production, the sentiment of Arlen’s hopeful helplessness.
An ingenious tribute to time
Smokingsforcoolpeople's ‘Damian’ is a meeting point of the old and the new, a subtle reminder that the old does not belong in the past and that the present rests on the foundations of the old. The twelve-track RnB album gives off the vibes of the 80s and 90s in all of its uniqueness, and the listener feels the sounds of a moment in time through which music has traveled. We highly recommend it.
Pure Hood Xxxtacy, Vol. 1 offers a fine mix of smooth R&B, Hip-Hop that is tailored to La'Domour vocal qualities. With a voice that sometimes resembles that of the late and great George Michael, coloured version, and a vocal style that reflects Babyface's, La'Domour is in good company.
A Review of Ric Hassani's 'Thunder Fire You'
Ric Hassani has released a song titled 'Thunder Fire You'. In certain circles, the song's title and theme is being considered offensive hence it has been banned from his country's airwaves. We have reviewed this song to evaluate its musical merits as befitting of any work of art.
This one is a phenomenal song
‘Tell Me’ is a very expressive song conveyed in a rich vocal tone and accentuated in the mood of the instrumental accompaniment. In every sense, it is your classic RnB deserving of a chance in standing the test of time. It is very tempting to delve into the fine details of this song, and it won’t be out of place to make the attempt. Phenomenal music is one that leaves the listener feeling like they have stumbled upon something rare, like Fumani's 'Tell Me'. We highly recommend you listen and decide for yourself.