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Snoh Aalegra – “Temporary Heights in the Purple Sky” Review: A Healthy Dose of Introspective R&B

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Snoh Aalegra encourages you to be direct about your feelings. The Iranian-Swedish singer was his close protector Prince Before his death in 2016 – the most emotional, from the amateur air at the stunning 2017 FEELS, to the frustration against the gravitational pull of the new relationship in Ugh, They Feels Again, released two years later. . This is a feature that has long defined his sincere songwriting: “I didn’t want to love / Now I need you, baby / Tell me we’re never going to break up” she was interviewed in the latter’s “I Didn’t Want to Fall in Love.”

At the age of nine, Aalegra began writing songs in English, her third language; this practice got rid of bullying during the school years and later became a way to separate the many new experiences of a young adult – romance, heartbreak, and loneliness. After signing a record-breaking development deal with Sony at the age of 13, he showed himself with a fast, subtle, powerful vocal style that encourages listeners to pay attention to his weak songs and pay attention to them. learned to carry.

Aalegra influences her bright and sought-after third move, “Temporary Heights in the Purple Sky.” From the 808th space piece of “Taste” to the thin-layered harmonies of “Mandarin Dream,” he demonstrates his voice as the simplest in flawless production, and even plays a soft falsetta in “Same”.

The importance of learning to let go of “your lost” allows her delicate and forgiving vocals to come together around the R&B program. But in “Dying 4 Ur Love,” he’s really amazed: a ruthless figure who slowly penetrates the vibrations of G-funk, the song is so tightly seated that it’s very rare to see him. spreads.

For the rest of the album, Aalegra relies on its hit potential. ‘Neon Peach’ operates in California Tyler, Creator usually for an exaggerated verse, with “In Your Eyes” slopes and a high bassline, he sees it stretched to a rap-like cadence to repeat the mantra from time to time. “Know that I don’t need your attention!”. This is one of Aalegra’s most commanding moments.

“Temporary Elevations in the Purple Sky” doesn’t significantly expand Aalegra’s vocal or lyrical content, and there are aspects that can push things forward. But as he continues to be so open and clear about love, hope, and loss, he makes it possible for all of us.

Details

  • Release date: July 9th
  • Record tab: artistic notes



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