Ethan Breakaway – Story Of A Cool And Smooth Kid From London

Prince, Marvin Gaye, Usher, the kid used to admire them like fathers

Since the youngest ages, Soul and RnB used to feel like the smoothest delicacies for the kid

His hunger of new techniques does the kid keep nurturing, his thirst of knowledge he quenches still

Blooming under the lights of London streets,

Grown is the kid now, and so are his songwriting and producing skills.

This little London boy, grown crooner goes by the name of Ethan Breakaway,

Who’s making a way in the London music scene.

The self-taught guitarist and producer is back even better than he was the last time with a brand new single this June 9th, 2017, titled Better, co-written and produced with his musical dyad Jay Abdul.

Loyal to his idols, Marvin Gaye and Usher, crooner Breakaway would make the sweetest love songs, as smooth as the softest skin that can be.

The song, all calm, and soothing gets as catchy as addictive to the ongoing chorus “no one does it better than you”.

Plus the delivery of his verse spoken invites you to dance despite the nonchalance tone of his voice.

What really makes the song, and highlights the talent in Breakaway’s producing skills, is that unexpected switch at 1min30sec, with the soft play of the piano along with the downtempo – time stopping.

In other words, Ethan Breakaways music is a nice piece to discover, and his voice does sound beautiful.

Better is the new single which announces the beginning of a beautiful journey, leading toward a future with more music soon to be expected from this young artist from London.

 

 

 

 

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