South Carolina’s latest star in the making, Torelli, is destine to storm the music industry with his creative brand of Pop/R&B music. His new EP, Cloud N9ne Explosion, is an artistically written and produced body of work that will keep your body moving. Cloud N9ne Explosion’s demiurgic formula combines the smooth crooning of Rhythm and Blues with the quirky but energetic synthesized sounds of Pop. The audio chemical reaction when blending these elements creates a euphoric musical experience.
His track, “All Day” sets things off right. The song’s volatile energy will have your brain releasing serotonin by the liter. The opening seconds of the song features an attention grabbing synthesized siren which wails but captivates all at the same time. Booming kicks and a well layered and filtered 808 clap are poured into the musical beaker causing the music to begin to intensely bubble. The final element of the track, Torelli’s velvety tone, causes the chemically balanced track to explode amazing an amazing melody in your ears. The track is dope! Need I say more?
Torelli keeps the intensity mounting with an interlude in which he gives his rendition of Lil Wayne’s How to Love. It’s not too often in music that a remake is better than an original, and this time Torelli, along with Urban Holloway and Devine Soundz have upstaged the original author. The remaining tracks, “Never Know” and ‘Ain’t Ready” form their own interpolations of previously successful tracks from George Michael and the late Tupac Shakur. The tracks are solid in their own right and make great use of the samples.
Torelli’s time and efforts in his laboratory have paid off and bared an innovative musical compound that you will enjoy. Should you cop his EP? Absolutely! This is a piece that people will be conversing on for a long time and you shouldn’t be left out of the discussion.
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