United States duo, Blackbow is currently out with their latest single “Second Nature” which talks about love and positivity.
They describe the inspiration behind “Second Nature” Accas “the freeing feeling of being with someone that changes how you feel about yourself, caught off guard when you’re around them in the most positive and comfortable way.”
By stretching the boundaries of a specific genre, the duo experiments with a new sound. Smooth vocals from Jasmine Crowe and bright melodic rhythms from Brittni Paiva on ukulele and electric guitar are among the track’s calming features.
This mix produces a distinct and distinctive vibe with elements of reggae and tropical influence.
“‘Second Nature’ was influenced by our island roots since we are both from Hawaii and we’re brought up and raised around that kind of music and sound,” says the duo.
“We’d honestly never written anything with an island reggae vibe before, so we really wanted to explore it genre-wise as it’s something that’s always been inside both of us.” they added.
The song’s uplifting feelings were purposeful, as the pair credited reggae music with evoking the “spiritual sensation of global love,” which was the song’s ultimate objective.
Brittni Paiva, Jasmine Crowe, and Imua Garza produced the single, on which they also performed the keys, strings, and horns on.
Blake Pedrero on bass guitar, Calvin Canha on percussion, and Alexis Tolentino on steel guitar are among the other famous artists. Listen to it below.