Tammy's rebel streak was an early riser and by the time she was thirteen, she'd decided to be a pianist. Being raised by strictly religious parents, who believe the stories as fact, led Tammy to question authority early on. Where school teaches common sense or punishes lack of it, how can we be asked to accept things we can't see or prove? Confusing times indeed! If only we could accept the universe and all its laws came from somewhere and that it's likely our consciousness is more than a sum of our parts, but what those things mean are anyone's guess. Maybe that's just more dogma, I don't know. Definitely a talking point already, Tammy's new song takes a look at the effects of narcissistic relationships. Let's take a listen to it.
Piano and sounds of life merge to start the song. Tammy sings, her voice is clear and strong. As the verse progresses, we learn how good her voice is with the ease she glides across the octaves. Her melody adjusts and along with mixing effects to subtly emote various words, the song progresses and spins a tale of deep feelings. Tammy moves through the chapters with the grace of a ballerina while minimal piano notes provide stepping stones for the song to fit snugly between. An RnB feel with a lyrical wonder-work to complete it, No Good 4 Me by Tammy makes a point of having good judgement.
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