35 by Chad Lewine: Review
The Pennsylvania singer-songwriter Chad Lewine makes a Chad move by combining trap beats and groovy synths with a positive outlook on life in his new single, 35.
In this new track, Chad Lewine sings about how he wants to buy a house by the age of 35. In an economy that is driven to shambles by the boomers, struck by several recessions, a global pandemic and the recent political unrest in Europe, this may seem like every millennial’s pipe dream to buy a house. But Chad won’t let these stop him from keeping a positive attitude and grinding his way towards homeownership and financial freedom.
The moment you hit play, you’re greeted with deep rumbling bass and an upliftingly groovy synth melody over a trap beat. The synths set the mood for Chad’s catchy pop vocals. Now combining the deep bass over trap beats and pop vocals is unconventional but this song isn’t very conventional at its core if you think about it. How many guys are having a positive attitude amidst this doom and gloom making songs that inspire you to have the same positivity? They’re focusing on the doom and gloom and complaining; but not Chad! His singing has this contagious energy that manifests the same positive attitude in you and inspires you to take on life head-on. A really fun and inspiring song with a very enjoyable listening experience.
Review by: Gabe Finch