A finessed blend of soul, RnB and pop from a new Danish artist-producer who’s crafted a song that feels sultry and smooth, yet very mischievous.
The track is inspired by Mahrow’s own life stories of being ‘that guy’ that girls turn to when they get bored of their own partner.
“Something about the drama that comes with it is so tempting and interesting to dive into, and the whole mystery of it is fuelled with adrenaline and sensuality. Although when it comes down to it, it’s only a brief excitement, ’cause there’s no real love involved. It’s all a matter of skin against skin and the hunger for new things.”
One of my favourite Danish RnB talents from 2020 returns today with another jam that is so deliciously infectious and relatable. The song reminds me a lot of 90’s RnB-pop, which was a period that brought about some of the finest cuts for the genre.
“Sometimes you meet someone great, but you’re in different places and going in different directions. You have to go with what feels right to you instead of what looks good to other people. Don’t settle for being part of someone else’s dream when you can follow your own.”
A Danish/ Swedish talent who has mastered the sound of alternative RnB, infused with subtle pop quirks, and balanced with an essence of raw emotion and authenticity. It’s a very interesting approach to the genre and the song itself is pretty mesmerising from the first moment you press play.