An unusual tune with dreamy keys and the use of voices as a percussive driving force, coupled with soulful lead vocals of Danté Lennon, put Mi Amor in a unique sound world all its own.
Danté Lennon is the refinement of a modern artist.
Not limited to the norms of a genre laced with artists who have forgotten how to paint their pictures, but instead trace the outlines of the same story, Danté is what you would consider a rare find. Presented to hip-hop culture at a young age, Danté has become the type of artist that can only be described as unexpected.
Taking inspiration from every encounter, Danté is the living embodiment of the stories she crafts. Inspired by artists such as JAY-Z, Danté borrows the complex rhythm and meter of the song and uses internal rhyme and alliteration throughout her raps. She’s never the loudest one in the scope. She’s been able to use her interactions with others to create a canvas encompassing the average person’s everyday trials and tribulations. Her art is meant both to entertain and to instruct. Danté writes very logically and methodically, intending to create music that appeals to both critical and popular tastes.
Clocking around at a little less than 2 minutes, Mi Amor offers a chance to explore all facets of its classic RnB arrangement. There are parts of soulful, calming, emotive singing that have not been put through buckets of effects and retain an authentic human feel. The capture is intimate and close to the mic. The harmonies that bolster these sections are smooth but harmonically angular, giving them an exotic feel.
Mi Amor has a lot going on. This can drown some tunes, but here is an example of how to do complex without blowing it. A great collaboration with a great atmosphere.