You will certainly be getting some feels while listening to this track!
Jakarta based singer-songwriter Rhyms croons on his latest release. Dare we say, his voice is as sweet as honey. None of this should come as a surprise with his blissful mosaic genre of indie, folk, blues and R&B. Should we even mention his influences of Kevin Garrett, Lauv, Maggie Rogers, Thirdstory, Naaz, Charlie Lim and Tom Misch? It all blends together for a recipe of success, or as we like to say, a darn good song.
It starts off haunting. It’s beautiful. It’s the song you want to play at a cute European style cafe while you sip your Americano.
Honey, lets embrace the life we’re given
Rhyms has a gorgeous tone to his voice that blends beautifully with the music. You can tell he not only loves what he does, but he excels in it too. You feel your head bopping, maybe even swaying and you know Rhyms has just taken you to another place for a mere three minutes.
Rhyms was born and raised in West Kalimantan, a province of Indonesia. In 2012, Rhyms left Asia’s biggest island of Borneo, his home, to study in Melbourne. The rest, as they say, is history. His love for music grew while in Australia and he decided to become a music producer/engineer. Now currently living in Jakarta, Rhyms has developed his own production house called “Freshly Human”.
On July 27 of 2018, Rhyms released an EP titled “Melancholic (Part 1)”. The release contains three songs and focuses on his love of indie-folk. There are plans for further releases which will break away from the “Melancholic (Part 1)” genre to a darker more vulnerable style tone focusing heavily on Rhyms’ songwriting capabilities. You’ll be sure to catch more “feels” with Rhyms in the near future.
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