English singer-songwriter Gabrielle Sey’s latest single, White Noise, fuses some very rich styles: heavily bearing her Ghanian roots in its choir and beats, a contemporary folk sound and a smooth lyrical flow. A phenomenally produced track with a full ensemble of instrumentals and sounds, it only sets the stage for Sey’s captivating voice to lead. White Noise addresses a nagging or overbearing interpersonal relationship, and aims to capture the headspace of shedding one’s baggage and being free of that burden. My genuine complaint for a song that takes quite the musical journey from start to end is that it’s over before it begins, and I’d have loved to hear where it might have gone!
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