Artist Sebastian Azul creates an astounding scope of musical crossover across the streams of R&B, hip hop, and Afrobeats culminating in a beautiful melodic flavor.
London, United Kingdom Aug 17, 2021 (Issuewire.com) - Angolan artist, songwriter, and producer Sebastian Azul is presenting a soundscape that explores not just musical components but also thematic scripts across the topic of mental health. His polished sense of music has a mission and purpose that aims to educate the audience and lead them towards a path of contentment. His song, 'Girl I Like You' is a special release that is a compilation of different musical and thematic flavors set into one continuous progression. The song is inspirational in its own way and something that his audience can relate to.
His other song, 'Don't Wanna Know (Remix)' is a bold and outspoken verse that tackles the social stigma of mental health issues. His music is not just about thematic seriousness but he also incorporates the essence of an upbeat and captivating tune. His amalgamation of R&B, Afrobeats, and hip hop in his music is a testament to his depth of musical knowledge. Through his soundscape, he tries to reach the audience and provide them will a bliss they can call their own.
Artist Sebastian Azul's purpose with his music is to spread awareness about mental health. His music is spontaneous and carries a spark that uplifts every listeners' life in an instant. Some of his other songs include 'Tic', 'Love Me, Love Me Not', 'Agnes', and 'Family Values (Remix)'. All these songs are more than just production pieces but allow both the artist and the audience to find their calling. Get ready to experience the best musical expression by following him on Spotify, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
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To listen the songs of Sebastian Azul visit the given link :
Girl I Like You : https://open.spotify.com/track/3sYEwfLlq5mYVBnBdGOYI1
Don't Wanna Know (Remix) : https://open.spotify.com/track/6z9DGoFakGGZRbUEs7IGXg
Source :Sebastian Azul
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