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Posted September 3, 2021 by Mike Mineo in Tracks
 
 

Bianca Jazmine – “Let in to Let Go”


A new track from South Florida-based Bianca Jazmine, “Let in to Let Go” builds from suave, breezy guitars into a cathartic chorus — “it’s time to let go, darling … let in to let in to let go.” A touch of keys in the subsequent verses enamors, as does the lush wordless bridge, led by gentle bird chirps and swaying acoustics. The chorus’ final go-round plays with a spirited melodic oomph, finalizing a catchy and emotively genuine track. The track navigates cohesively from understated, swaying restraint into several showings of cathartic emotional release.

Jazmine explains more about the track, below:

“This song marks a turning point for me in my life. The title came to me while meditating, realizing that I can no longer push away what I feel, and constantly run away from my intuition.

I needed to let in what I truly felt, the emotions I’ve tucked away, and let in the things I needed in order to process, heal, and let go of what was holding me back. Whether it was thought patterns, ideas, things, people, or places, I began rapidly shedding my outer layer. I am still, and always will be, growing, learning, and changing.

I am so grateful I get to shed some light on this death & rebirth stage of my life. I know so many of you are going through it too. Here’s to letting in everything we need to let go and watch our dreams unfold!”

“Let in to Let Go” and other memorable tracks from this month can also be streamed on the updating Obscure Sound’s ‘Best of September 2021’ Spotify playlist.

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