Italian born vocalist, Lucrezia, is quite the captivating musician. She is based in London, and uses her gracefully, warm, breathy and unique timbre to enchant her listeners. Lucrezia tends to use both English as well as Italian in her music to show to duality of her life. Her vast vocal harmonies and backing vocals add so much depth to the tracks and create an atmosphere that seems overwhelming, but is quite comfortable for the listener.
Lucrezia uses a combination of various vocal styles and genres – utilising influences from R&B, Soul, Hip Hop, Trap and Pop. Some of her influences include Kehlani, Ariana Grande, Sabrina Claudio and Jhené Aiko.
Reaping What You Sow sounds like your generic R&B type song, until you realise that there are so many layers to what Lucrezia puts onto her tracks. The most important ones being the layers of harmonies and backing tracks. They are mixed in so well to the instrumental that has a pretty smooth flow to it, with some nifty 808s here and there. The track is also released with a YouTube video that you can check below!
The main talking point for Lucrezia has to be her powerful vocals, though. Reaping What You Sow is a track that I would probably listen to on a day when I want some escape from the world, but to also empower me in some way. I highly recommend listening to it when you need that extra motivation.
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