Hedge with his promising pop numbers is meeting up with all the expectations. Each of his songs has consuming and soulful approach which very refreshing.
(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Lower Saxony, Germany Dec 10, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Up and coming artist Hedge has supreme potential to become the face of Alternative Pop shortly. This blissful singer has no intention to make music full time. He is just in his twenties and already had reached a huge number of people just because of his sheer talent. His songs have a rare combination of melody with complicated inner conflict. He was just fourteen when he started making beats on his computer and within few years he made one song by his own and was planning to upload it online. This is time when he came to know about Olly Lagemann an old school.
His ‘Mellow Days‘ is beautifully narrated which shows his inner conflict, Wrapped up with brilliant tunes that compliment each word. His voice has smooth texture. The falsetto that the brilliant artist Hedge has incorporated is impressive. Another song ‘A Dreamer’s Tale‘ also has nice verses with adequate amount of instruments justifying the gesture. His refreshing voice and the expertise of Lagemann is the basic of the magic they create in each of their songs. The duo creates illuminating presentations.
The pair made three new songs named ‘Ocean-EP’ and released in 2018. At that time he was in Hanover, Germany. There he was doing an apprenticeship as a media creator. This is the time they came up with their second venture ‘Mellow Days’ another EP in 202. With Olly Lagemann the soulful numbers found gravity. He has delivered many gravitating tracks like ‘Overdose’, ‘The Cure’, ‘Crazy’, ‘Blue’, ‘Home’, ‘Sound of the Waves’. He is available on Spotify, SoundCloud.
Listen to his all latest track on Spotify please visit here:
Mellow Days: https://open.spotify.com/track/5NV7tF27FBwFRIUhZsyQ3C
A Dreamer’s Tale: https://open.spotify.com/track/1UEWHM1WPxhoNUspc5mRT1
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