Hailing from Israel, singer/songwriter Hila Peer has been making waves in music industry since she began her career 3 years ago. As an up-and-coming artist, she has steadily garnered attention from radio stations and major playlists on most notably on Spotify in her native country and abroad.
Her potential hasn’t gone unnoticed and her music is slowly gaining streams more exponentially with each passing day. It’s no surprise then, that 2021 saw the release of her debut album “FREE” in English, taking her career progress to greater heights. To aid in crafting her sound, Peer called upon producers from around the world, and is now being dubbed as a ‘rising star’- an accolade not easily achieved.
With many singles already released and more music in the pipeline, Hila Peer is one of Israel’s finest up-and-coming artists, who’s sure to make a mark in the music industry.
“Addiction Baby” is a powerful showcase of Hilla Peer’s talents as a singer and songwriter. The production on the track is warm and inviting, with a range of interesting instrumentation from subtle percussion, to a funky bass line. Her velvet smooth vocals float on top of the mix, creating a soothing and inviting atmosphere.
The song also displays Hilla’s powerful and often provocative lyricism that speaks of love and relationships in a simple, yet heartfelt way. With her unique blend of R&B and soul elements, “Addiction Baby” sets the tone for what is to come with her new EP.
The song’s subject matter revolves around wanting to spend more time with the person we love, and needing more than the life we are currently limited to. This makes for an emotional and addictive tune that will have you coming back for more.
Overall, “Addiction Baby” is a soothing blend of Pop and Soul that showcases Hilla Peer’s versatile vocal range. The song conveys a feeling of longing and reflects the effortless combination of R&B and Soul, making it easy to see why Hilla Peer is becoming such a popular artist.
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