I hadn’t listened to any teasers of BamBam’s new single, so I wasn’t positive if I ought to anticipate one other mid-tempo trap-pop ditty or one thing a bit extra strong. It seems Bitter & Candy stunned me in a great way by harnessing present synthwave traits to create a propulsive sound that hinges round a really catchy hook.
At two and a half minutes, Bitter & Candy is a wisp of a music with apparent influences. You may simply envision The Child Laroi’s Keep being performed as a information throughout its studio periods. And whereas the monitor replicates a few of Keep’s attraction, it doesn’t come near delivering the identical melodic wallop. As an alternative, Bitter & Candy chooses one earworm hook and repeats it advert nauseum. Fortunately, this refrain is participating and enjoyable, even when its persistent vocal results threaten to grate. I’ve a bias for songs that forge a constant power, so Bitter & Candy’s easy, driving beat is true up my alley.
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