Elae Weekes and Michael Fiya have masterfully amalgamated their artistic prowess, creating the riveting release in “Sometimes.” This harmonious union seamlessly intertwines the cadences of hip-hop, pop, and R&B genres, bringing an irresistible sound to the masses.
The single artfully assimilates a chronicle about personal growth and the triumphant conquest of adversities. Drawing inspiration from the ebullient melodies of the 90s, “Sometimes” incites introspection while coaxing listeners into its hypnotic rhythm.
Elae Weekes has a way with the melodic nuances of R&B, Pop, EDM, and Caribbean-infused styles. His sonic expeditions have graced illustrious venues and taken him on captivating tours across Spain, France, Monaco, and England. Garnering airtime accolades via names such as BBC Radio Bristol, Trend City Radio, and LFOD Radio PieradioUK, Weekes’ music has touched many around the world.
Michael Fiya, a lyrical prodigy hailing from Queens, NY, hits high marks on both the production and lyrical front, influenced by the venerated artistry of Lloyd Banks, Fabolous, Drake, J. Cole, and Kendrick Lamar. An independent purveyor of mellifluous creations, Fiya’s opus, “Before The High,” from the eponymous EP, has amassed over 150,000 streams.
The two are a force to be reckoned with, one can hope this won’t be the last work they make together.
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