sábado, 15 de julho de 2017
Rag 'n' Bone Man
Rory Charles Graham (born 29 January 1985), better known as Rag'n'Bone Man, is an English singer-songwriter. His first hit single "Human" was released in 2016 and his debut album, also named Human, was released in February 2017. At the 2017 Brit Awards he was named British Breakthrough Act and also received the Critics' Choice Award.
Rag'n'Bone Man is certainly one of the names to keep an eye on in 2017. The British artist named Rory Graham releases his first studio album on Friday (10), but before the debut, the musician was Winner of the Brits Critic's Choice Awards of 2017 - already given to Adele, Florence + The Machine and more recently Jack Garratt. Riding on the stage since 2012, Rag'n'Bone already has a number of EPs (available on Spotify), working with hip hop names and even the producer of "Bad Blood" from Bastille.
The album "Human" arrives based on the single of the same name, bringing the seal of Columbia Records. The singer stands out by mixing elements of hip hop, soul and pop at a single time, creating a style of music proper to him. All the experiences gained in the road years are now put to the test, delivering an excellent and unpredictable debut album. No wonder that the song reached the 2nd place of the English charts.
It's the single "Human" that opens the record, with its dense and heavy atmosphere, exposing the deep and dark feelings of the vocalist, who does not hide and already delivers in the first track of the debut - the slight variation of the instrumental gives a touch still Greater sophistication, which justifies the great success of music. "Innocent Man" takes the foundation of soul pop and breaks the mood of the introduction, delivering an irresistible groove.