Dyna Edyne – The Pure Definition Of A Tree Woman

Fly and free as the leaves of a tree that swing by the wind

She freely sings with style melodies that’d come out of her mind

Quite like a woke and singing bird, resting on the branch of a tree

Raw creativity, mind in bloom like a morning spring, she’s a Tree Woman.

Her name is Dyna Edyne, and the first time we’ve discovered her, we only knew covers from her.

Now she’s back with original material, which is quite a creative piece of work indeed.

She released her new EP Branches, on May 16th, which counts her debut single F.L.Y.

The title of her EP is directly inspired by the concept she pushes along her music; the concept of a Tree Woman.

This concept recalls works like Indian book A Flowering Tree: A Woman’s Tale. This short story is a woman-centered tale that establishes a sisterhood between women and nature.

Trees and forests being so sacred in India, seen as symbol of purity (cf Ice Moon – SZA music video) this is an honor for women. Besides, this concept of Tree Woman has inspired many feminists writers.

The beautiful metaphore of a Tree Woman is indeed a speaking image of a woman embracing her growth, her womanhood, and unashamed of her mind, body and soul.

This is freedom at its best. That’s why you have a Dyna Edyne freestyling and singing, in love with her body mind and soul; you couldn’t kill her vibe.

This way, she brings something else to the South Florida R&B scene.

 

Dyna Edyne is a Hip/Hop and R&B artist, though you cannot deny how soulful her vocals are.

Plus you can appreciate her Jazz influences along the interlude Home made of soothing vocals, or the track 16 (instrumental).

Basically her vocal style is made of mesmerizing melodies, light and overwhelming voice for an ethereal atmosphere, spontaneous lyrics, and a suggestive rendition.

That’s her recipe to inspire her listeners, and lead them under one groove, one vibe, one moment.

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