Mixtape Review: 4EYMG Artist Harmoney’s "Letter to My Ex Part II"




That sexy, melodious sound of alternative R&B/ Hip-Hop vocals over a dope 808 beat is trending prevalently speaking directly to the hearts of the ladies while capturing male fans as well, with truth-laden lyrics. Amidst the crooners emerges an artist that poses a triple threat with a soothing voice, a tremendous amount of sex appeal and intimate, thought-provoking lyrics. The newest addition to the 4Ever Young Music Group roster HARMONEY, is dropping a mixtape April 29th that will evoke emotion, soundtrack romantic encounters and above all make one ponder situations with lovers past.

Letter to My Ex Part II Is a body of work that expresses the highs and lows of HARMONEY’s career and personal journey thus far. This tape touches the listener with topics of moving on from a break up, over-coming negativity, realizing self-worth and the importance of patience when it comes to love. HARMONEY shares a large slice of himself in this initial project and he has piqued the interest of music lovers that love to ride that “Trap Soul” wave.

Discovered as a songwriter it wasn’t long before CEO of 4EYMG Russell Webster realized HARMONEY’s talents stretched far beyond writing. HARMONEY’s lyrics were so raw and honest but his chill vibrato and luscious tonality made the music come to life, “If my life could be a musical I would sing every word. It’s my best form of expression.” said HARMONEY.

Taking notes from industry greats like Jamie Foxx and Drake HARMONEY’s primary goal is to dispel rumors of men being brick walls with little to no feelings, “I’m a man but I have real feelings. I want listeners to relate their circumstances to the situations I have endured and express in my music.” said HARMONEY.

What kind of woman does a young and successful man in the music industry look for? HARMONEY had this to say, “All I wanted from my ex was for her to have patience and faith in me. If I was to have a woman now I would need a strong ride or die that can be a motivation for me while I work hard towards these dreams.”

HARMONEY sings about this type of woman on his personal favorite track entitled “Count It”. He gives you the real story about the one he let loose in tracks like “Letter to My Ex Part II and the Letter to My Ex Part I (snippet). He also provides a closer look into the type of man he is in tracks like “Love Bandit”, “You Da Sh*t” and “Welcome to My City”. Letter to My Ex Part II is available on Spinrilla, Dat Piff, etc. April 29th. Also stay tuned for a follow-up EP from HARMONEY dropping May 13th.

Do yourself a favor, pour two glasses of wine, turn down the lights, turn this mixtape on and look over at bae…it’s lit. - By: Ambre 'MzGreenEyez' Tomlinson (@MissGreenEyez)


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