Danny Padilla’s Single “Too Bad”

Danny Padilla’s single “Too Bad” starts out with a encompassing sound that takes you in.  The breathiness of the singing gives it an ethereal quality.  Then Danny comes in with his strong baritone voice that pulls you in even more.  It is more of a ballad song that talks about how sometimes it is hard to get over someone.  This has a beautiful sound to me that I could listen to over and over.  I am definitely eager to hear what else Danny comes out with.  Enjoy Danny Padilla’s “Too Bad” through SoundCloud – Richard:

Jamil Kassam’s Remix of “Rise Now” by LUDE

Jamil Kassam is sharing with our listeners his single “Rise Now” that has been remixed by LUDE.  This single has a great electro/pop rhythm to it.  Jamil’s voice really fits this genre well and it sounds like he is having fun singing.  This is a single that is letting the listener know that they should believe in themselves and go out and take on the world.  Easily see this in a dance club for everyone to move to.  Here’s Jamil Kassam’s “Rise Now” through SoundCloud – Richard:

Farrah Mechael’s Single “Be Here”

Farrah Mechael is sharing with our listeners her latest single “Be Here”, from her Farrah Please EP.  “Be Here” sets squarely in the pop arena and with some of the choices of music style, with the instrumentals, it has an international feel.  This international feel fits well since the lyrics mention ‘traveling around the world’.  The single asks if someone’s significant other will be there if paths one takes has them traveling.  You would think this would be a slow single, however the instrumentals and Farrah’s vocals give it that popping vibe.  Here’s Farrah Mechael’s “Be Here” through SoundCloud – Richard:

J. Ven’s Single “Barely Alive”

J. Ven is giving the ComicPop listeners a chance to check out his single “Barely Alive”.  This single has a great pop/R&B feel to it that just draws the listener in from the beginning of the song.  J. Ven does have a softer voice so he will have to be wary of the instrumentals occasionally overtaken his voice.  In “Barely Alive” he walks that fine line of blending his voice with the instrumentals during the chorus where the music swells, but he works it well.  Loved his voice, loved his sound and can’t wait to hear what else he will be releasing.  Here’s J. Ven’s “Barely Alive” through SoundCloud – Richard:

Didi Releases Music Video for “Tell Me Why” Feat Geo Da Silva

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Didi is letting our listeners check out her music video for the single “Tell Me Why” featuring Geo Da Silva.  The single is pure pop dance music, which as all of you know I really enjoy.  For me this makes me want to just get up and move the body.  The rhythm is right were it needs to be and not to over bearing and Didi’s voice blends in with it nicely, since her voice isn’t being over powered.  When Geo Da Silva comes in for his feature performance it rolls in smoothly and doesn’t disrupt the flow of the single, really good job with this.  Now the music video.  Not quite sure what the director was going for here.  With the rhythm of “Tell Me Why” I expected this to be a high energy video, but the director decided to have Didi and her entourage are kind of stiff and when Geo comes in you feel the energy spike and have a fun feel.  To me the video should have had this fun energy feel to it through out, but like I said director’s decision there and it might work for others.  This is a fun upbeat song so you need to have a listen to Didi’s “Tell Me Why”, featuring Geo Da Silva, with her music video through her YouTube channel – Richard: