Sayed Sabrina

One Shoe Records thinks Sayed Sabrina is promising.

One Shoe Records wrote 5 months ago

Sayed Sabrina’s newest album “Thou Art That” reveals her on the cover piece as a conduit catching any surrounding colour. Sequin braced hands pray in a ragged tinfoil crown for a concrete reflection, whilst surrounded by grey, no matter the phase of matter. She grew up around music and as such, the name of the album echoes the overlap between the artist as the medium or conduit, and art itself being a piece of the artist. Throughout the 12 song journey, a low-key ominously witchy personal aesthetic carries on a reminder of music’s fluidity. As tracks weave between Blues, Jazz, Rock, Funk, Soul, and Pop, the album yet again proves genres are out of the window in contemporary music as long as one’s character utilises them, like colours, to coherently define the full painting – the full person.

The Californian singer stated in an interview about the album that music, to her, was a medium in which she got a naturally felt structure, which would aid her in expressing her thoughts accurately and in accord with her emotions. To put such a reflective project together and to assign precise musicality to personal feelings, Sayed Sabrina had some high caliber musicians at her disposal, with the likes of Bobby Watson (Rufus, Michael Jackson), Sarah Morrow (Dr. John, Ray Charles), and Gary Herbig (Elvis, Tower of Power) providing a special touch to the scores.

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