Singer Sam Asari does some soul searching on his forthcoming new EP.
At 22, the charismatic singer’s debut project gives him the needed headspace to maneuver the music landscape with much ease and to rapid effect.
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On a quest to discover his true potential and being, Sam Asari’s just-released extended play is big on moods, but more importantly, is a condensation of all these fleeting states.
Boasting 6 songs and a mix of genres that span from Hip-Hop to Afrobeat, Sam’s lyrics and melodies pinpoint a unique feel that shows enviable promise.
There’s a lot to love off the new EP, with vibrant songs like ‘Come With Me’, ‘Panana’ and ‘Melodies’, all yielding lofty vocals of Sam’s adventures which range from outright tempting to how delicate and special the gift of life is.
But it’s not a one-way street, Sam pumps some sophistication into his debut collection on the urban Hip-Hop song ‘TTD’ (Ten Toes Down), touching on themes of commitment, loyalty, and love, as well as the glossy ‘Beauty out of Pain’ on which he features American rapper, Joe O.
Tending to his alter ego, the Trap-inspired production establishes the need for Sam and his wingman to create beauty out of pain, an expression key to painting his determination so far.
‘Sauce’ is yet another, settling in as a freestyle from the young artist while he takes fans down memory lane, unfolding an endearing moment now lost in time, one that gracefully feeds on an ambiance of calm.
The Netherlands-based artist is on the roll, and with such raw potential on display, he is an artist wandering listeners would relish coming across.