Late Night ft. YANAGUI by y.azz: Review
Mariana Prista is y.azz, a soulful pop singer on her way to stardom through the melodic charm of “Late Night.” It’s a cool RnB and Pop song with a tasty instrumental bit keeping it company. Featuring the production work of YANAGUI, “Late Night” forms a pleasant tune with roots in indietronica. It brings along deep bass lines and minimal synths, in combination creating a sultry track where y.azz’s hypnotic voice fits beautifully.
Singing is just as complex as any other instrument, and there are vast techniques instilled to thrill an audience. Some may follow a straightforward approach, and others may infuse a bit of sway into their vocals. Such is the essence of y.azz’s voice in “Late Night”, where she follows an interesting cadence with the rhythm. The way she sings pertains to the trap genre a bit, particularly its flow. However, it isn’t a trap song, but the glory of pop tunes altogether. This is why it’s so intriguing how well it blends with the melody! Aside from that, the smooth vocal passages meet with the electro-bass and connect rather well. The wobbly electronic bit bonds with y.azz’s voice in the verse sections, but exchanges the sound with a jazzy tone in some transitions.
When it comes to adding evocative poetry to a pop song, y.azz is a true veteran in that regard. Her track “Late Night” is a special one, and YANAGUI’s production talent was a bomb to hear.
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Review by: Damien Reid