If you want R&B that runs on a smooth cadence, but keeps you pumping with a rhythmic pulse, Alayna is the voice that will give you all that. The Brooklyn-based songstress debuted her single “Falling Autumn” where her subtly smoky and crispy vocals carry us through the intensity we feel in connecting with someone beyond the superficial level. Produced by Astronomyy, “Falling Autumn” is a rich territory of emotional realizations that feels buoyantly tense:
“It’s about connecting with someone on a deeper level and being confident in what you want, crave and feel.” explained Alayna.
Born in New Zealand, Alayna credits her influences to artists such as Boy Dyland and Leonard Cohen who have shaped the depth of her lyrics. Expect to hear more songs from the up-and-rising gal whom you can find on Facebook and Instagram.
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