This cover of Sam Fischer’s “This City” named “The Streets” feels legitimately fresh – almost as though an original, especially for those unfamiliar with the mainstream scene, introducing the LoneStar Syx sound with style.
LoneStar Syx’s “The Streets (Sam Fischer-This City Cover 2)” has such positive vibrations from the start. The rhythm and lightness of those initial notes effectively set the tone, and thankfully, this is all supported and complemented by a very genuine and warm sounding leading vocal.
LoneStar Syx illuminates what it means to be a singer and entertainer with excellent skill and a continual connection to the present moment with a brilliantly motivating, jam-packed single with talent, passion, and precision on the musical front.
Delicate strummed rhythms and a practically whispered, delicate pop vocal meander over a serene, spacious background before modest organic rhythms and extra intricacy liven up the groove.
With its relatively classic hip hop-pop vibe, “The Streets” is a song that incorporates some new hip-hop elements into its composition. Furthermore, the song’s premise appears to be a little unique or at least one that has been tackled in a novel manner.
The smooth, pleasant feelings of pop and musical subgenres of hip-hop come across with plenty of color and polish on LoneStar Syx, which will appeal to lovers of the genre.
There’s a hint of wisdom or seriousness about it, but it’s presented softly, which makes it all the more accurate and likely to catch your attention. This is one to keep an eye on; the fantastic rhythm and creativity genuinely make it sparkle.