Let Bermudacal soothe your soul with “Promise Me You’ll Be Alright”


BermudaCal is turning heads and stands out with his own style of mixing jazz and hip-hop, and R&B. He has released a new song cakled “Promise Me You’ll Be Alright,” is just another masterpiece that displays his skill, inventiveness, and creativity.

His style is different from others by means of catchy rhythmic beats and lyrical melodic tracks breathing life into each and every his creation. BermudaCal is a jazz background guy: he uses a jazz saxophone to perform melodies inspired by Kent Hayward, his mentor. Instead of having an entire crew he did everything himself.

“Promise Me You’ll Be Alright” is a song that draws you in at the very first sound of its piano stabs and vocals that you find to be utterly gripping. The style of the song changes from trap-influenced hip-hop rhythm to a jazz element. The song is well made, and the percussion is tight with complex rhythms. So the sound is dense and rich.

The beats organized into BermudaCal’s flow are perfectly placed, that the words runs smoothly over the beat. His delivery is smooth and pertinent, as he is able to filter the complex flows naturally. Every verse in this song seems to have an extremely designed scheme and quite complex rhyme that can only be fully appreciated if listened to repeatedly. Ad libs and vocal improvisation result in the emergence of more textures and depths, contributing to the greatness of the song.

In general, “Promise Me You’ll Be Alright” is a piece that shows BermudaCal talent and creativity. This song’s incredible mastery in production is just precious material which will make people want to listen again and again.

Listen below.

Written by
Barbie Edonia


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