Having previously reviewed Love Ghost, I couldn’t wait to see what this next offering from them was all about, and I wasn’t disappointed.
Still incorporating the iconic pop/punk sound of the late 90’s / early 2000’s, this Los Angeles band have included rap and hip/hop to create a sound that is even more unique than it already was.
Mixing thumping riffs with electronic beats, this is the ideal combination of multiple genres, and who wants to be stuck to just one genre. eh? These guys would be great at a metal fest somewhere, but they would also go down a storm at a rap or hip/hop gig.
This song is great as not only does it mix musical styles, but there are also fantastic blends of vocal styles too. A clean singing approach on the choruses is complemented by confident rapping during the verses but this isn’t the only vocal amalgamation in the song, as the lyrics are sung in both English and Spanish.
If you haven’t heard anything by Love Ghost, then I seriously urge you to go and check them out on all the major sites. With tracks full of emotion, and artistry (these guys are extremely talented), this is a band that I wouldn’t want anyone to miss out on.
Love Ghost has toured extensively, playing shows in major cities all over the world and they have collaborated with artists from countries all over the globe, including Mexico, Spain, Turkey, UK, Colombia, Germany, and Russia.
Keep an eye on these guys, they are going to be big!
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