Annette Shapran – Coffee, Please (Review)

Annette Shapran has just launched an acoustically inspired solo single ‘Coffee, Please’ that solidifies an original slant with a gentle twist resulting in a robustly rampant composition spread. The piano portions are synced up marvelously with the melodic textural singing aspects of the music in a uniform joint effort of impressive magnitude and intricate upkeep.

The ballad piano performance artistry is magnificent tapping into the utter intangible undercurrents and elements that make this music both invigorating and pure. The essence of Shapran’s voice is a refreshing wave of halcyon harmonies that move through the tranquil musical distribution with a smooth fluidity that doesn’t miss a single beat or pulse. The indy feel of her music is apparent through her specialized music videos with Shapran’s own personal flair embedded into the conceptualizations of each art piece.

Shapran’s ability to hit a multitude of composite notes with ease is a noteworthy concluding remark that is simply unmatched amongst other respective artists, as well. This ballad is a unique spin of unprecedented musical aptitude catered to a bracing audience of music enthusiasts who have been waiting for something innovative goes against the predictable grain.

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