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London’s BR3NZ deals with heartbreak on ”Other Side”

Dealing with earth shattering heartbreak is a soul crushing hit to the stomach that can take days, weeks, months and possibly years to fully rejuvenate from, if at all.

London’s BR3NZ depicts this vivid picture of pain to such a high level here that we all need to a get a stepladder to have a proper look. ”Other Side” is 2020’s ultimate breakup song.

With a flickering start, the smooth buildup takes us to the lyrical beginnings where the story unfolds. BR3NZ sings in a such a cool and mellow manner, each sentence is carefully crafted to have maximum impact. Dealing with memories of an ex-lover that you remember so vividly, with such love and affection can take you back to some great times. However, then you remember that they broke down your body armor and joined you inside. Then, just like that, it’s all gone and now they walk past you like a stranger.

A descriptive storyteller who laces summer beats on a sad song is a sight to behold. BR3NZ gets everything right with his new single ”Other Side” as this bouncy house beat with lo-fi appeal, blends nicely into a edm/ r&b banger that is perfectly made to hold your lover close, this is a warning that constant communication is needed to avoid that spark flaming out suddenly.

Get this single in your ears via his Spotify channel.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Br3nz releases his latest single ‘1n1’: a commercial review of Afro-Caribbean sounds

Afro-Beat and Dancehall are what colour up London artist Br3nz’s latest single: ‘1n1’.

Catchy lines are contoured by commercial music work that revisits Afro-Beat in a contemporary twist, engaging in rhythmic themes proper of Afro-Caribbean music. Less than a minute in and I was already humming the melody, which makes me think that Br3nz has a good pulse on where today’s music will lead.

He sings “Let me go 1 on 1 with you” with a uniquely sensual approach, standing as an invitation to a physical and spiritual union that moves beyond “materialism” through empathy and mutual desire.

It’s very easy to get drawn by ‘1n1’, one too many times.

Open Spotify and hit play on ‘1n1’ now.

Review by Jim Esposito.