Offering exclusively breathy vocals that stroll through the soulful, long-form tunes of the verses with natural confidence, Over and Done builds up handsomely
California native Brooklyn Summer is a ten-year-old country music performer represented by Dennis Money at Sweet Song Nashville; on the world-famous music row. She is also an international actress, print model, and voiceover artist living in Los Angeles. Ever graceful under pressure, she was declared Grand Champion Winner of the California State Talent Competition, The Greater Bay Area Talent Competition, and the Megastar Vocal Competition in her age group. Brooklyn is presently writing new music and slowly releasing her brand new EP! She is branded as a “tiny powerhouse” by both Los Angeles and Nashville music producers. In her free time, she delights in playing guitar and piano. Keep an eye on this diminutive superstar!
Presenting unique vocals and poetic lyrical support that fascinates and satisfies all at once. Due to clever wording and a comforting, melodic progression – Over and Done offers the set-up of temperate, organic folk-meets-Americana, with a touch gritty, adoring delivery, and a fine sense of both the personal and the broadly inclusive in its engagement in of the subject matter.
Beautifully created, way ahead of its peers in terms of gravity and sheer passion and skill combined all over this post-three-minute vocal experience. The balance between handy, familiar patterns, and that which feels frankly refreshing, has been ideally captured.
Brooklyn Summer’s performance is also flawlessly in keeping with the underlying gratefulness and loyalty of the song – this calming, implied concept of winding down. Additionally, the accompanying visuals maintain an in the same way natural aura, with subtle shots of the bond appearing intermittently with those of the artist fully immersed in her performance.
Elegant – well worth a listen at volume this spell.