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Tuloy Pa Rin by Krystle Jove Yague, Virtuous Music (Review)

Okay so for those who are asking about the genre, this is actually Tropical House, Downtempo. If you're familiar with Kygo this is the same EDM DNA. Also think of Mike Posner's I Took A Pill remix.

This is one of those times when you feel so optimistic about OPM.

My only concern about this remix cover is that there are a few off-key parts in the track, which I cannot help but urrg, sorry, but I cannot help but speculate if the backing track is stock. Nothing serious really, but you'll notice the off key part there after the first chorus.

But overall, awesome vocals by Krystle Jove Yague and props to Virtuous Music, keep up the good work.

Love it.

Tayler Buono's 'Technically Single' Is About Relationship Labels



What's going on guys, Friday is fast approaching, which means new music time but before we go binge streaming, JIC you missed it, one of the hottest tracks to come out in the new music release last time is Tayler Buono's Technically Single.

And it's an instant favorite and smasher here on Blazin100.com. We highly recommend you add it to your playlist.

But it's not just the catchy tune, it's the story behind this song.

Technically Single is about the struggle of a person who is puzzled about the current relationship status with the other person.

The song starts with Here's my ultimatum, It's time we have this conversation...

Already we get a hint the author is in a breaking point, what are we really? Are we an item? Cause clearly something is going on between us and I'm falling for it and you seem like you have no obligation or strings attached.

Now don't get me wrong this song is not just for the ladies it's for everyone who is trapped in a so called no label relationship, forget about friends with benefits.

Clearly the author of the song is not after of the LABEL.

It's about love and commitment. You can't fault a person just cause he is in love.

But I just love how unselfish the song is written.

I mean most people would demand commitment. But this writer knows that love is not enough.

You can love unconditionally but you have to understand if the person deserves that affection I mean in a romantic aspect.

And the writer of the song did mention the gotta give it a shot but then again the author senses that the other person just doesn't feel the weight.

You give me no choice but move on because there's no you and I...

Now that line is awesome.

Although of course it's cliff hanger. You can't just get over love in one night.

But the most important message of the song is the title itself. She is single definitly but she is emotionally available.

See this is the problem with most people who get into relationships. They think they are ready but they are not.

They want to fall in love with another person but they forget to love themselves first.

Emotionally available means you like to love but you also expect that person to love you back, why? Because you are empty.

You think you wanna love because you love the person but the the truth is you are the one in need of love.

So I'd like to think that the ending of the song is that they two never really got together.

But whatever the ending is I sure recommend this song guys. Add it on Spotify or any steamer you have. And props to Tayler Buono for an amazing song.

https://open.spotify.com/track/6lDx96uizO7bKiytk0t6KU

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