Let The Song Cry /// Phillip Good

We’re tired of the same old lies. Nashville native, Phillip Good’s, track of “Let The Song Cry” was released on October 30, 2021. Let’s never do this twice as we dive into what this song is about.

“Let The Song Cry” represented a mix of country and R&B. Phillip also influenced other genres such as pop, commercial pop, rock pop, alternative pop, lo-fi pop, bedroom pop, and indie-pop. 

The melodies were not the only noteworthy aspect of the track. Phillip had an expressive vocal tone and was able to put real feelings into the lyrics. The lyrics are meaningful and thought-provoking with some deep phrases. Instrumentally, the song has a solid, rhythmic accompaniment that was able to complement the vocal track. The use of the guitar and other instruments involved set the mood for the track and was able to suit it quite nicely. The performance quality of “Let The Song Cry” was high throughout the entire track, both vocally and instrumentally. Overall, the song is tuneful and interesting, and I think it does have strong potential.

In a manageable state, Phillip will be able to gain the affection of his listeners in no time with his expressive, rich vocal style that can be able to put him on top of the country charts one day. In no time, the listeners will not be fishing for lies as Phillip takes his listeners on a journey for all to be happy and to let tracks run their long, lengthy course.

Written by Sherryl Citera





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