In the colorful tapestry of contemporary music, “Burnin’ Love” by Tash Hills shines as a brilliant gem that encapsulates the essence of romance and attraction. With rich and melodious vocals that evoke a sense of nostalgia and cinematic instrumentals that transport listeners to a dancefloor of yesteryears, this track is a vibrant fusion of modern funk and R&B with the infectious charm of classic disco vibes.
Tash Hills, drawing inspiration from legends like Chaka Khan, Quincy Jones, George Benson, and Marvin Gaye, channels their influence into “Burnin’ Love” with remarkable finesse. Her vocals are a mesmerizing blend of power and softness. As the music unfolds, her melodious voice becomes a conduit for the emotions of instant attraction.
This collaboration with Andrew Napoleon, a talented modern funk and R&B producer, brings a dynamic and fresh dimension to the track. Napoleon’s expertise as a multi-instrumentalist and former touring session guitarist shines through as he intricately weaves together layers of upbeat sound that create an immersive sonic experience. The instrumentals are a testament to his prowess, blending synth bass, strings, brass, and larger-than-life vocals to craft a sound that pays homage to classic disco while infusing it with a contemporary flair.
The storytelling of “Burnin’ Love” by Tash Hills is vivid and the energy is exotic enough for anyone to want to start mingling on the dancefloor to create similar magnetic and pivotal connections and spark an electric fire as they dance to Tash Hills’ rhythm.
Review By: Naomi Joan