Ms. Swaqk’s latest release “TRASH BAG” is another Hip Hop driven song arriving just in time. The music is actually fairly spacious considering the rhythm and build-up, not to mention the EDM-inspired melody and build-up to the hook. This leaves the potential for remixes or further collaborations wide open. The simplicity gives listeners, particularly other producers or DJs, room to interpret the track and choose how else to enhance it.
Ms. Swaqk is a highly talented upcoming artist who is from Memphis, TN. Having true faith in the music industry, she always wanted to do something unique and different as an individual. So far she has done an amazing job when it comes to music.
The instrumentation surrounding the vocal features a simple soundscape, a well-chosen collection of music, and initially, it’s just this and that instantly memorable melody. As the music evolves, the hit of the heart-touching music brings a stylish touch of hip hop to the mix, magnifying that rise in intensity, and this is followed by the brilliantly fitting introduction of the whole track.
The song has a sensational melody, without a doubt – hearing it once is remembering it for the long term, hearing it twice is setting in stone the fact that this is smooth and satisfying. Ms. Swaqk’s voice is stunning and strong, flawlessly suited to this kind of songwriting and sound.
Structurally the track builds up from the opening simplicity into something much more upbeat and active. The sounds and samples that come into play create a much fuller soundscape, and so as the energy of the whole thing increases, so does the detail within the music and the culmination of vocal parts as the end of the track approaches.
This is definitely a little something different for the songwriter, however, this is quite commonly true for most of her releases. Her creativity is limitless it seems, and this means that there’s always something unexpected on the horizon, and that just about anything and everything can be a source of inspiration for someone who lives and breathes music and songwriting. The production on this one really shows itself to be well crafted towards the latter half of the song, and the whole thing becomes notably familiar the further along you get.