[RH Interview] Skyzoo: Sociology Raps
Skyzoo talks about his new album, In Celebration of Us, His Love For Sociology, and more.Read More
Anna Agosta is one of the Chicago music scenes next big R&B/Soul acts. She wields a powerful but sultry voice along with deceptively clever songwriting to create a deeply personal project in “Greenhouse”. The quality production and raw talent cannot be ignored.
The harmonies on the lead song “Surrender” rope the listener in and the beat drop instantly gives one the feeling of a new journeys beginning. The next track “Lucky” features warm guitar and live drums while showcasing a raw sound in the percussion. Anna balances all of her problems within the scope of understanding that she’s “lucky to be breathing and thinking about these things”. A noble message to say the least. Her lead single “Never Fall” gets a facelift production wise, while maintaining the songs calm, mature essence. “Unforeseen Fate” is a stripped down barebones ballad that touches the soul. Anna slows it down, incorporating a beautiful guitar interlude and breakdown in the production halfway through. The arrangement moves with conviction, much like someone moving on to another chapter in their life. She closes out the album with “Reaching”, leading off with a tasteful touch of electric guitar. Reminiscing on the moments in her life that have led her to this place.
“reaching, reaching onward
windows of reflections I will use,
oh you tell me, thank you for allowing me to move”.