Feel the Strength of RnB through ‘So Well (Freestyle)’ by Brentwood Female RnB Artist JaDaya Koray

JaDaya Koray

An intense groove, not at all in rush to complete things, a track that gorgeously embraces the offered moments and celebrates the used ingredients throughout its lifespan – the Brentwood female RnB artist JaDaya Koray has showcased some fascinating vocals, traditional RnB style that tilt the weight towards the most exquisite fragments of music-making. This latest track titled So Well (Freestyle)’ is not completely focused on the vocals – definitely not like a pop track, but more like a sound that has the strength of creating vibes hypnotically. Providing various melodies a relatively wide-form instance of bars that are quite similar to Soul music but still enticingly strong – the performance of JaDaya Koray has always kept the intensity and passion at the forefront in terms of all the aspects that can be considered.

The stunning rhythmic moments at the backdrop reminds the audiences of the underlying concept at each half-minute mark, and this enthralling injection of rhythmic bliss has added a completely unique layer to the arrangement of ‘So Well (Freestyle)’. In the end, all of this provides something oddly satisfying yet clean and crisp premise to the audiences that stand out among all the contemporary releases. Throughout this enchanting piece of sound, JaDaya Koray has offered a fine use of RnB melodies that has allowed him to make the presentation greater by all accounts. Her SoundCloud profile is filled with some popular hits like ‘Close to’, ‘Dog Pound’, ‘Super Special’ and ‘Flexing For Your Mans’. You can follow her on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

To enjoy the song visit the given below link : 

So Well (Freestyle): https://soundcloud.com/user-330923729/jadaya-koray-so-well-freestyle


      

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