FAVSOUL’s current single, “Succeed,” is a fantastically anthem-like, energizing, and catchy smash that proves progressively pleasant as it pours through. Singer, composer, and guitarist FAVSOUL is back with another quickly remarkable effort.
FAVI CEDRIC FABRICE, who goes with his stage name FAVSOUL was born in OUIDAH, BENIN REPUBLIC, on November 16, 1984. (West Africa). Favsoul has been singing since 2010, and he has completed an archivist-librarian course at University D’ABOMEY-ENAM. CALAVI’s To perform, he joined the university band. Favsoul has been singing and recording music since 2010. He works with OMOGO RELEASED DATABASE, CQ SLIM, and has signed up for SELF PRODUCTION, NO LABEL.
“Succeed” is incredibly cinematic to the full degree, and for the most part, it remains with absolute strength thanks to the personality and drive of its prominent figure. It features a contemporary soundscape that is relatively simple in the set-up – making delicate use of modern rhythms, production traits, and components of dancehall, REGGAE, and even AFROBEAT.
The single keeps the reggae rhythm at the forefront but blends in a heartfelt and refreshing hit of songwriting with a nice twist of visuals – to effectively keep things fresh and engaging.
Addictive and catchy in a dreamy fashion, resolving to a satisfying degree and forever impressing with that achingly genuine vocal delivery, the single keeps the reggae rhythm at the forefront but blends in a heartfelt and refreshing hit of songwriting with
Rather than overwhelming listeners with the brightness and excessive bounce so common in afrobeat and dancehall, there’s a modest level of genuineness throughout this piece – even the songwriting touches on an inspiring topic while meandering through simple, poetic observations that quickly suit the mood of the music.
“Succeed” is a smash hit, complicated when it needs to be, easy when it needs to be – and a sure way to pull a crowd to a live event.
Bringing both talent and professionalism to the scene, FAVSOUL is a name we’re likely to be hearing plenty more from over the coming months.