Vandetta – Fly

July 25, 2013

Vandetta’s new release, “Fly”, combines the flavor of slickly-produced soul/R&B with a touch of rap’s incendiary intensity to create a sound as delicate as a flame and just as searing. Taken from her debut album, due in October, the track finds the Singaporean chanteuse belting out sultry, soulful vocals over a

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sparse, punishing rhythm that sounds like a hip-hop beat peeled raw. The centerpiece of the song is an aching lament: “Living in a beautiful prison/Trying to tell you why I want to fly away/Can you hear me?” To evoke this emotion, the track holds steady in a brilliant smash-up of conflicting energies and feelings: all at once it sounds airy and heavy, trapped and liberated, energetic and still, sweet and steely. In short, the sound of a caged bird. These are words wrenched from the heart, hitting you from behind bars, and though Vandetta’s voice is at times reminiscent of classic pop, like Mariah Carey, she’s darker around the edges, nocturnal, bruised-up by life. In “Fly” she makes you feel her gravity. (via p4k)

Vandetta - Fly