Natrosity expresses intrinsic emotions in 'Die 4 Me'

Natrosity expresses intrinsic emotions in 'Die 4 Me'


Natrosity debates with himself on intrinsic emotions and relationships in 'Die 4 Me'

Though this post is quite delayed, it was the first record I’d heard from Natrosity. I knew I would give it a write up and finally the time has come - after a month .

We begin with a guitar melody that could’ve been plucked straight from an outback, Wild West movie. This sets a calm, delicate and sweet tone as Natrosity enters. His rough, unaffected voice also portrays a country feel; a certain twang in his accent and the relaxed vibe he gives off. From the jump, Natrosity discusses close relationships; his praise, even infatuation with said female; and the beauty’s that she holds.

Overall, this is a phenomenal introduction to Natrosity. Raw vocals and authentic melodies offer us the chance to hear this artist’s natural talent. Though there are songs more professional, more flamboyant and with more theatrics; this seems to be one of the few times that we hear an fairly fresh artist cradling a true, inner skill with music. From his intriguing ruff vocals, effortless melodies, minimalist yet beautiful instrumental choice, and well-patterned mix of artist and beat; the guy seems to have something special. Looking forward to hearing more.


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