Glancy Kelly Brings the Raw Flavor of RnB Back to the Scene With his Latest Heartfelt Composition 'Like That'
January 16, 2021 at 01:55 AM EST
Glancy Kelly gifts the perfect R&B single titled ‘Like That’ to his fans, and instigates them to head into Valentine’s month with much love and chilled out vibes.
Dallas, Jan 15, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - Introducing a fresh change in the game with his unique sonic creations, artist Glancy Kelly has paired with Brian Angel to treat his fans before valentine week. The singer has aesthetically taken a plunge into the R&B genre to construct his latest single that comes flowing with chill and exotic vibes all along. The artist impresses on several hooks with his stylish vocals and organic musicality. All at once going easy yet superbly impactful with his record, the singer has released the perfect song to get the feelings evoked before the moth of love.
'Like That' is the single in which the singer has offered multiple moments to escape from the harsh realities of life. The fantasizing melodies, the eruptive verses, and ultimately the singer's most gorgeous silky vocals captivate like no other. It's rather impossible to not get addicted to the track that builds up the mood with its dreamy musical elements of both lower-toned voice and delicate instrumental backdrop. Unlike many others who fail to establish a soothing effect after the end of the song, the artist has successfully installed the infectiousness of R&B with the record.
'Like That' has been built under the label Glancy Kelly and the singer has continued to wrap the listener with his heartfelt intentions throughout. Glancy Kelly has fantastically used intimate ideas to present his creativity that is sure to connect with a wider audience. Lately, the singer is working on his upcoming EP C'est La Vie. Follow him on Spotify, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for further updates on his projects.
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