Alexa Abraxas is the crown jewel of her imaginative and descriptive unique artwork, and she has the potential to be a game-changer. Her calming voice presence, as well as the polite yet irrefutable air of authority she emits, mirror her bright gifts and the perfumed heights of her outstanding talents. As she progresses in skill, she does so in an atmosphere of vulnerability to herself, which only adds to her own signature and mark in her amazing tunes. Her powerful talent is evident in her lyrical curves. Alexa will be soaring high like a dolphin that swims by gracefully, soaring high out of the ocean and whirling in the air before splashing back into the sea with a spectacular splash in no time.
“How could you say you’d stay? Look what you did to me. You moved to fast thought it’d last but you broke me. My love was pure, you were insecure there was more to me. That was the past it didn’t last look what you did to me.” Lyrically inventive, with poetic intonation and an outpouring of the challenges that have fueled this song. The high notes are practically Guinness-worthy at times, and she has inserted upper-echelon sounds that even Whitney would be proud of in this one.
She plays with a modern blues riffing and phrasing approach, duplicating melodies in the lower registers for emphasis and flowing into notes elegantly like an Olympic gold medalist vault gymnastic landing on a vault. Her assured and delicate phrasing is essential for the song’s powerful message of betrayal. She has an uncanny ability to sell a line, and the chorus lingers on the mind like a mantra long after the song has ended. She delivers each of her emotional quivers in a very distinctive manner.
This wise and self-assured song, delivered in her virtuoso vocals and complemented by a backdrop bluesy instrumental quality sound, sets her apart from so much of the featherweight modern R&B anchored by a panoply of market-tested Hip Hop and blues of the most diverse kind. Her signature soul-inflected approach is intrinsically linked to her identity as a unique artist with a wide range of musical abilities. The song’s production is in keeping with current R&B and pop rhythm trends, and it was custom-engineered for her skill set and stylistic world. Given the choice, I’d choose to escape into her realm, which feels like it has been manifested by the blue ocean of possibilities, in a universe full of endless wealth and otherworldly desires.
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