Rising artist Sydon sails through the hip-hop scene with enormous style as he gives the audience a new flavor of rap by mixing it with pop in the new single ‘Raw Sex’.
(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- London, United Kingdom Aug 11, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – An eclectic individual, who exists in the music industry freely and fluidly just like his music, is Sydon. The multifaceted artist has stepped in a new direction to amaze the music audience and has gathered a steady reputation surrounding his creations. He explores new genre sounds and leaps across the boundaries to establish something of his own. The artist’s style is melodic and is aimed to entertain the listener at every step. Blending hip-hop and rap with heartwarming pop and R&B melodies, the singer is unapologetic in his attitude and has emerged as a well-rounded genre-defying artist.
‘Raw Sex‘ is the latest single coming from his cover that gorgeously defines the artist’s majestic craftsmanship. The song teases the listener with its engulfing lyricism and the memorable hook wraps around the senses as the singer adds edge with his hypnotic voice that serves as the perfect bounce to his already catchy anthem. The seamless intertwining of various heart-tingling melodies along with the expressive words hit emotionally and the artist’s simple yet powerful production style hits perfectly.
Composing songs that have a smooth mix of R&B and pop with hip-hop, the artist is meant to lead the new-age hip-hop pack with his extraordinary skills and does so fluently in the latest track. Sydon is an individual artist who believes in having fun and intends to offer the same to his audience. His genuine intention coupled with his raw talent makes for an exclusive entry into the music landscape. On his new track ‘Raw Sex‘, the artist has showcased all his best qualities required to ensure a long stay in the genre. He has also dropped a new single named I AM Blessed. Hear out all his enchanting compositions on Spotify now.
Just go for this track ‘Raw Sex’ by Sydon:
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