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SINGLE REVIEW: Roots by Muza and David Schoenwetter

Muza & David Schoenwetter have just released their newest single, “Roots” and we’re not really sure if we’re ready for it. This powerhouse trio is ready to rock the Earth with this Electronic feel with a touch of Trap, Future Bass, Pop, and Hip Hop to come up with a tune that will have us all singing at the top of our lungs. As Hip Hop is still taking the music industry by storm, the trio have infused Hip Hop vocals to the single to stay on top of the craze. Well, not necessarily a craze but it’s hit the top and it doesn’t plan to letting go of the throne. We’ll let you hear it straight from the horse’s mouth. The trio said “We’re out to make a new sound, something that touches on the emotions of the people that hear our music, something that pulls on the heartstrings. We want to show that electronic music can still be emotional, and can still be something of substance. The world is so superficial these days, especially in the realm of Electronic music. We want to bring the emotion back.” We’ll tell you this; the single has completely hit us in the feels.

The songwriters in them have really shined in this new track and their excited that they are sharing it with the world. All the emotions, all the feelings and thoughts are out and they are putting their entire heart for us to absorb and connect with. They have found the right combination of sounds and harmony to support the emotion they’re displaying because this is how people can truly respond and listen deeply to what the music is trying to tell us.

Let them get into your feels. Let “Roots” hit the roots of your heart and tug on the emotions.

https://open.spotify.com/album/4Tflajs33flKJZE2B4lFUK?si=-KDFiq_xSnGH77kQJjTzHA

by Harrison Morgan

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