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Maria – [TWNTYFOUR]

Netherlands creation TWNTYFOUR is back with another intriguing single titled “Maria.” TWNTYFOUR with assistance from singer/songwriter Mikey100k combine for a beautiful joint that mixes the best aspects of multiple genres; electronic, pop, and R&B. Though sometimes unfair to compare artists and songs, I definitely felt a sort of Travis Scott energy when I first heard the track. “Girl why you leave me? Group texts, all of your girlfriends said you didn’t need me.” The track tells a story of a lost lover, “Maria,” who doesn’t reciprocate the energy given to her in the relationship. The piece acts as a plea for answers, with the sense of a lack of closure on the woman’s end. The joint writing of the two artists provide a brilliant storyline that allow the listener to be drawn in even further to the song than they already were by the mystifying electronic vocals. The two artists working together on this piece meshed flawlessly, and as they both continue to expand their work and audiences look for them to continue to work together in the future. TWNTYFOUR continues to impress song after song, and has definitely developed both a fan in myself, and a large following across …

About Last Night – [TWNTYFOUR]

“Ever since last night I had a question, she was the answer.”  This smooth serenade titled “About Last Night” was released just a day ago from foreign artist TWNTYFOUR – who has made a name for himself as a persona in the R&B genre with his dreamlike voice and consistent motifs of sorrows and emotional issues mostly brought forward by encountered women and relationships. TWNTYFOUR has built up an impressive library on his Soundcloud, with several of his tracks reaching thousands of streams. The artist is only 20 years old, though he has two years plus of experience coming into this single. His style has some mixing and editing properties of electro-pop, with the vocals and themes of Rhythm and blues, which is what I personally think makes his music so diverse and entertaining. This piece, in particular, feels as if it could be bumped in several different scenarios; a late night drive, a popping get-together, or just about anything else you could think of. I’ve divulged further into his work, and I’ve found similarities with some of my favorite modern artists today, and I think nothing but further success is yet to come for TWNTYFOUR. “About Last Night” is …