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No soy Tuyo

by Claudio Aneudy

This latest release from Namor, “No soy Tuyo” is one we’ve been waiting for. The impression given by even the first few moments of the sound is intense and captivating. The specific nature of the product is creative and detailed, to the point where you are completely drawn in by its effect – it is magnetic and captivating to experience. Roman Shokuri AKA “Claudio Aneudy” is an independent artist, producer and songwriter based in the USA.

The use of melody in the lyrics is a big part of what makes their sound unique. The vocal performances here have a latin pop energy, a great opportunity for listeners to clearly and concisely grasp the meaning behind the lyrics and music, while also feeling a little closer.

As a whole the track doesn’t come across as your typical heavy dance recording, there is a strong presence of lyricism at times – lyrical first, perhaps, as opposed to instrumental heavy. Everything that is added then comes forward to enhance and support each musician’s role in the sound, the underlying concept, and the underlying energy and emotion of the piece. During the lyrics the melody flows around in a simple and hypnotic way, then this brilliant build-up, added vocals in the background, the musical intensity starts to rise and finally the super hook part solves, meeting every element. The moment when the will and the concept come together.

“No soy Tuyo” is a beautiful and light sadbeat track. Its energy matches well with the current season, and it’s a song you can count on to lift you up a bit when you need it. Although it’s a love song at heart, it has the energy and feel of a well-structured pop song – it doesn’t feel like soppy, overly personal lyrics and is accessible and relevant to anyone who has it. This song touches the bottom of your heart.

So I invite you to stay tuned with Claudio Aneudy on youtube and follow him on spotify for his new creations.

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