Ring The Bell by Breon S.Y.N.D.E.L: Review
Immediately after the release of his album B4, the Brooklyn-based musician Breon S.Y.N.D.E.L displays a wide range of musical styles and some truly powerful poetry in songs and flows that are fresh out of the oven. New-school hip-hop fans will devour every track in it. His performance in it was fantastic, and his new single, “Ring The Bell,” which features him singing about a ringing telephone, will leave you even more impressed.
For those on the cusp of discovering their inner Travis Scott or other black artists who use the auto-tune to make their voices seem silky smooth, now is the moment. With this infectious tune, Breon revolutionizes the sound of modern hip-hop by drawing from a wide range of musical styles. It’s a gloomy, introspective, and personal journey, accompanied by a trap rhythm intoxication of minimal melodies. This EP may speak to the heartsick and wandering souls who have the courage to go their own way rather than give in to the expectations of others. . He extends an open invitation to join the uprising.
One can only assume that the artist takes great pleasure in playing with words and incorporating dope beats into his productions, given the way in which his songs are delivered and performed. He has established himself as a formidable force in the hip-hop community, and his ability to blend outstanding trap beats with ethereal melodies has us eagerly awaiting his next release.
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Review by: Audrey Castel