I have been sharing addictive songs with you lately. Well, If I find something memorable, I would love my blog audience to know about it too! You can add one more to the list. Listen to this once, and you would not want to stop.
The single name is “The Glow up” by DJ Ažurely. The addictive freshness of the song reaches the bottom of your heart as you listen to the soulful and heart touching voice of the Singer.
It feels as if the song swims across smoothly from the Singer to you.
It is a dazzling mid-tempo track that's hip on the low end but mysterious and alluring on the high end. It has a friendly, cinematic sensibility to it yet is still a radio-worthy enticing single that you will love listening to it repeatedly.
The song has been recorded artistically to endorse Singer's most pleasing and passionate voice. The song is an exceptional composition by the Singer that accentuates deeply intimate moments through its rich songwriting. The soundscape is something very classic and perpetual. When you listen to it once, it kind of becomes addictive and makes you want to hear it again. The song has been crafted intricately, and the melodious voice offers a sense of intimacy so impressive that it feels incredible.
About the Singer
She is a native of New England and has a lifelong background in music. She was passionate about music since her childhood days and has grown up playing and singing various instrumentals. After attending both Berklee College and Emerson College, she ventured into her local EDM scene.
She started as a content promoter and journalist but launched herself into being a house DJ named Azurely and had been doing that for a few years. She has since evolved into an esteemed artist and performer. Some of her important shows include direct support for Mercer at Bijou and playing on the bill with world-renowned acts such as OOKAY, Mija, Ducky, and Goldfish.
Her being a content promoter and a journalist earlier has helped in quickly marking herself as an important figure in the industry with her famous songs. This song shows that she has a huge potential for mainstream tracks.
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