XXYYXX: “XXYYXX”

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XXYYXX: “XXYYXX”

Victoria Garcia

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Garage/electronic fans will find XXYYXX’s first album highly impressive. Produced by Orlando native, Marcel Everett who is only 16 years old at the time of the making of the album, is intense yet soft, moving yet subtle, and inspiring. Beginning with “About You” the song starts out with a slow, stretched out lazy vibe and transitions to a strong build up to a beautiful beat drop. As for “Fields”, the third song on the album, it instantly captures your ears and immediately begin bobbing your head along with the repeated words “what did do you do with him today?” taken from Amy Winehouse’s “You Know I’m no Good” from her 2006 “Back to Black” album. This track conveys high energy and inexplicable amount of elation. Unable to compare, XXYYXX is original, creative, stunning, and highly enjoyable.

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