Clean kicks, impressing the ladies and breaking hearts behind the mic. ‘Bari’ impresses on lovers anthem ‘’Love Is a Fairytale’’ and this is his latest single called ’Dizaster Interlude’’.
This US based R&B Rapper has all the ingredients to cut it up with the best and he shows his voice off to the max on this song. The music has some autotune but he is able to move past this and I’m sure it’s just a phase. There is some Wiz Khalifa in him and he will surely add more to his repertoire as he learns more about the game.
There is talent here in bucket loads and this will definitely be your girls favorite Rapper. Look for ‘Bari’ to make a push to the top in 2021 with his unmistakable charm and romantic music.
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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen
You don’t need to resort in Tibet for seven years, isolated and occupied in daily meditation, in order to become perceptive on the fact that the beat-driven, autotune-using trap music that has been dominating planet earth for the last five years, it’s supersaturated. You need artists Brayden Jay though, to show you that you can create enjoyable tunes of this sound, without having to be a typhoon of innovation.
Music producer and artist Brayden Jay comes from Brisbane, Australia. With his new joint called “Picture Perfect”, he delivers an emotionally-charged tune for the demographic that goes for Logic & Post Malone and not only. The beat isn’t anything too glaring or advanced, however, it is sufficient in accompanying Brayden’s delicate voice. The latter is drowned in autotune; his tone is colored to the necessary extent to make the track wholesome. It is a sentimental track, offering its content to be consumed by the sentimental young people of 2019.
When Brayden Jay blows up, you will be seeing Post Malone in the “Fans Also Like” section on his Spotify artist page, and for a good reason. Until then, hop on there and listen to “Picture Perfect”.
Review by Nektarios Oikonomakis
Sometimes a single effect can change a whole movement in music. Where would rock be without distortion? Where would ambient be without delay? Well, Spice Lo is making the case for filtering to make its presence known and creating a soundscape built on carefully chosen frequencies and some layered, auto-tuned vocals that sway in delivery but stutter in post. Everything from pads to basses to leads to drums has filters of varying resonance and frequencies.
For the Moment is an expressive track that makes the most out of each available element. Spice Lo hit a rare peak of feeling both confident and vulnerable. If that’s not a winning combination for fans, I can’t imagine anything that is. The lyrics aren’t 1-dimensional and seem to really resonate with the complex nature of how people feel in relationships. This is Spice Lo’s forte as a presence in the music. Beyond that, the music feels very alive and each layer has its own flavor to add, complimenting that emotional spectrum laid out by the vocals.
There aren’t many frills here. There is a performance that is passionate, but not bombastic. There are instrumentals that are similarly designed, but carefully distinct from each other. A track like this takes effort and the payoff is sweet. For the Moment is not a track to sleep on and Spice Lo definitely deserves to be labeled as someone to watch.