Texas-based artist Billy Vena takes us on a funky, retro journey with his latest single “Rabbit Hole (Love Is What You Make It),” an 80s-infused pop piece glossed with the smoky lush layers of R&B. “Rabbit Hole (Love Is what You Make It)” finds Billy in a semi-celebratory and semi-enlightened mood as he celebrates embracing one’s own sexuality. Check it out:
In Billy’s own words: “‘Rabbit Hole’ is about a sexual awakening and how confusing it can be when you realize it’s happening. I wasn’t necessarily writing about my Teenage rejections but my teenage regrets and how the back and forths in my head, kept me in a “what if” scenario till this day. We may never know what the other person truly feels but maybe love is what you make it.”
Originally from Panama but now based in Converse, TX, Billy made his debut last year with his three singles that were picked up by Spotify Fresh Finds and topped #1 on Hypem. He’s currently planning to release more bangers soon, so stay tuned.
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