All the way from the picturesque shores of New Zealand, you’d never guess this debut album, “ETERNAL”, was created from a humble bedroom studio. But that’s exactly what rap artist Rella pulled off – a deeply personal collection of tracks showcasing not only his world but also the collective struggles many of us endure behind closed doors.
“ETERNAL”, taking bedroom pop to new heights, presents minimalist but impactful musical storytelling. It serves as an audio-capsule detailed with emotional snippets of Rella’s turbulence and vulnerabilities – extending beyond catchy pop rhythms into a deeper, more introspective territory dealing with themes such as grief and loss, besides life’s unpredictability.
Rella skillfully engages your attention across all thirteen tracks. One moment you’re swept up by haunting melodies oozing melancholia; next, you’re contemplating the raw truth behind his words. From start to finish, this album is a rollercoaster experience charged with honest emotion turning each note beautifully harrowing.
Noticeably captivating are Rella’s vocals—an evocative vessel channeling feelings into sonic emotion. His warm tenor serenades you through whispered personal confessions one moment and transforms into powerful roars of catharsis another —vanquishing any room for posturing machismo in favor of raw authenticity.
Every melody is designed to clinch deep within your memory banks—even if cloaked under pop elements—impressively maintaining its distinct intensity. Aided by guest artists Tommy Ice and Mitch, Rella broadens his emotional spectrum further—fleshing out stories dipped in shared despair and resilient individuality over ear-catching instrumentals.
Artists such as Mac Miller or Post Malone also travel down this genre-blurring lane while bravely wearing their hearts on their sleeves. And Rella finds good company among them without losing sight of his unique voice—each line echoing reflections honed by personal trials plus the seclusion offered by New Zealand’s remote beauty.
With “ETERNAL”, Rella proves his melodic brilliance and lyrical competence. Yet, what’s truly admirable is his skill for liberating intense emotions and turning them into universally relatable pieces. Each play unravels more layers of introspection paired with brilliant melodies—a humble but vivid portrayal of life’s predictable unpredictability.
“ETERNAL” stands as a poignant ode—that tastes grief’s deepest depths before soaring to inspiring heights. This emotionally transparent voyage from dark to light is part of its charm—it constantly reassures that pain subsides eventually, leaving music’s timeless imprint behind.