UK artist, songwriter, and rapper TWIVEE has released something a little different with “Gotcha Til Then” (prod by Blumajic) that’s already earned a well-deserved second spinning on BBC Music Introducing The South.
The sumptuously intricate musical expressiveness on this track is unified by an amber & almond vocal.
The wordplay is quick, albeit smooth, as it approaches the throaty bass-throb upon which this song articulately spins.
It’s a number that recaps what it means to love, leave, and lose. “There comes a time where we spread our wings and fly away...” he says.
So this song harnesses the dynamic courage we all need in our moments of greatest sorrow. This is as statuesque as it is smart.
Words: @neilmach 2021 ©
“Gotcha Til Then” is OUT NOW
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