Space Review: Frannie B – “Downfall”
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Sharing today some more dark/modern pop vibes with some influences of R&B, the artist of the day is “Frannie B”!
Based in the UK, Frannie Brown has gained the respect of artists such as Sinead Harnett and Jessie J. She also had her first UK tour in 2018, saw her playing at the noted O2 Academy Islington, and the Brixton Jamm, amazing places that hosted many top charted artists.
Frannie’s style is original and dynamic; her music is a mix of soulful and gentle vocal lines that meet electronic elements, creating a unique sound that reflects her personality.
As an artist, she seeks to leave something to the listeners and get them closer to what she wants to express.
Her latest single “Downfall” is a mix of reggaeton and modern pop, driven by a refined selection of sounds that works amazingly well together.
The tune starts with a low-pass filter effect that opens the track to the intro-verse: delicate vocals along a subtle pluck playing a nice progression of chords, melodic and motivational.
The track continues to a more rhythmic vibe, moving then to an explosive chorus.
The chorus has a fantastic modern reggaeton drum pattern, going along with deep bass and wide energetic horns meeting the extraordinary vocals of Frannie.
Her vocal range is extremely wide, and she can go easily from a low tone to a very high one, showing off her singing skills.
The song goes then to the second verse, keeping the drum beat and the dance vibes, leading to the second chorus.
The bridge part is calm and different, some synths playing under the vocals will make you ready to enjoy the last chorus of the song.
We loved this tune, very different and innovative, can’t wait to hear more from this artist!
Listen to our playlist of the month Galactic Expedition to find this gem!
See you in the next review,