Har’Monique’s “Oh Lawd” Is A Hip-Shaking Groove To Feast On

Synth funk

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NYC-based artist Har’Monique take us into a hip-shaking euphoria with her latest single “Oh Lawd” – a delirium of quaggy and vigorous synth funk that has the rhythmic pulse of reggae. The track. Bustles with crispy vocals and whooshing beats that bounce off each other as if they were having a party of their own. The beats are full-blooded and has a quirky reggae touch to it that add a distinguishable flair, making it stand out from other synth funk songs. Har’Monique’s vocals move with the same level of intensity and locomotion of the beats, bringing its charm into our eardrums in hypnotic fashion:

Monique Fraser is the mastermind behind Har’Monique, who was born and raised in Brooklyn. Born and raised in Brooklyn, Monique started writing novels when she was 12 and has been honing her creativity through writing. It wasn’t until she met her boyfriend, who is a music engineer, that she became interested in making music. She started drawing influences from other artists that she grew up listening including Whitney Houston, Toni Braxton, Beyoncé, Rihanna, and more to develop her sound. “Oh Lawd” is from her upcoming debut record, which will feature 15 tracks and will be out soon. Stay tuned for more details on the record.