Terrance Hill is a recording artist and writer that describes music as his heartbeat. Hill is also the president and founder of Double E TV to showcase new artists and spread the word about their music. When Terrance Hill isn’t writing or recording, you can find him in the gym, working on Double E TV, and spending time with his lovely wife, GuoHua. As a founder and president of Glad Tidings Community Outreach, Hill looks to inspire the community with positivity and inspiration for all.
“Terrance Hill ft. Lenny J & Jenna Getty” have recently released their new single “Sunshine” to the audience. On top of that initial melodic personality, Terrance Hill’s voice has a bit of a unique sound – it fits this hip-hop sound, but it also gives you a lot of personality, allowing you to work with the lyrics. Get a little closer to the artist as an individual. His accent adds authenticity and his effortless ability to move back and forth between lighter, higher notes and heavier, more passionate intense ones are consistently impressive. He brings some vibrancy and sparkle to the song which works very well.
As a leading artist, Terrance Hill takes a remarkably natural and rather flawless approach to performance. A song like this, with such a subtle soaring bounce, takes a certain singing style and a certain amount of confidence and character to deliver it effectively. Terrance Hill has this technique down pat, or maybe more accurately – you can hear that it’s genuine, that this is exactly the kind of music he loves to make, exactly the kind of songs he loves to sing.
As the track progresses, that structural consideration shows further strength. The latter half sees a more spacious atmosphere than a precise repetition of that main idea, that main note. It stops you in your tracks, regains your attention, and when the rhythm returns – the drop hits, and the rest of that hook comes back into view, it reclaims with equal effectiveness your affection.
From a lyrical perspective, this is a great single – as suggested, the build-up effectively leads everything to a cleverly simple yet effective hook section. The title of the song and the underlying subject work well to keep your attention and understanding focused.