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Keeping positive during bad times: Shyland shows us the way to survival on ‘The Quarantine Song’

Shyland is back with a realistic new song all about what is going on in his life during this crazy pandemic on the acoustic-filled indie-rock track ‘The Quarantine Song‘.

The world is a mess and we are so bored inside our homes but need to swallow our pride to get through this, as we will be stronger for it. This is the message from the private USA singer-songwriter who prefers to let his music do the talking and not to get bogged down in any one box.

He likes to work with other artists, help us to laugh, learn and enjoys being exposed to different ways of doing things. This is probably one of his more serious releases and is a truly fine song.

His voice echoes the sentiment of so many across the world who are sick and tired of this pandemic. We are all just going to have to stay positive and reinvent ourselves to survive and music like this, really helps the day go by faster as the humor is light at times, while also giving us some truthful facts.

With a chorus that keeps the mood up and an array of interesting facts, this is a song that needs to be heard far and wide in the world.

The Quarantine Song‘ from the mysterious figure Shyland¬†is a song that tells it how it is and for that, we need to appreciate his creativity and willingness to speak about this glum topic. The way to survive is through top music after all, as it heals all mental scars.

Stream this fine single on YouTube and see his adventures via IG and FB.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Atlanta R&B singer Diamonn shows us her incredible vocal ability on ‘Blame Me’

Atlanta R&B singer Diamonn shows us her incredible vocal ability on ‘Blame Me‘ and this is such a strong effort from a musician with substance. She certainly delivers on this new single and we need to all take notice.

A recently enrolled student at the prestigious Berklee College of Music, you get the feeling that this young artist is just getting started. She has that quiet confidence which has to be admired. This is a well-brought up young lady, she has class and is creative, her strength is clear to see. She wasn’t accepted at Berklee last year so what did she do? Give up and blame everyone? No, she applied again and won. That is called backing yourself.

You blame yourself for what has happened and are taking the time to have a think about everything. They have a hold over you and you blame yourself for catching feelings, you couldn’t help it. You are now going to be stronger and wiser from this experience.

Blame Me‘ from Diamonn is a bright song, full of fantastic visuals and she shows the world that this is an artist who is here to stay. The Atlanta singer is a shining light in a dark year for the world.

Click here for the YouTube page.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen