Packed with sass and soul, Brooklyn has released her debut single, ‘Cupid’ via Wonderland Magazine. The track is made up of hypnotic trap high-hats and a revolving beat, coupled with Brookyln’s rich, mesmerizing vocals. On the song, Brooklyn realizes the love she thought was genuine from a beau is actually fake. “Cupid, it’s your fault for all the pain I’m going through / Why did you match me with somebody who doesn’t value love?” she sings on the chorus. The sprinklings of light, high octave piano notes give ‘Cupid’ a haunting, music box quality, pretty ideal for a song about the sting of betrayal. We can’t wait to see what Brooklyn has in store for us.
As a self- proclaimed walking contradiction, her ability to paint the darkest realms of a relationship on a song, then in the same breath detail the beauty of discovering love, has her constantly converting voice notes to songs. An eclectic lover of music, Brooklyn has relied on personal emotions and experiences whilst creating her debut project. The track follows on from the online release of ‘Hold Up’ – a remake of Neneh Cherry’s classic ‘Buffalo Stance’ – with the music video achieving over half a million views.
‘Hold Up’ opened the doors for Brooklyn to embark on a summer of live performances, seeing her perform to over 6,000 students and perform at a number of festival dates. Blessed with strong soulful vocals in her petite frame and size 4 Jordan’s, Brooklyn is quickly emerging as a voice not to be overlooked.
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