• Francetta Evans-Anfom

Blue Eyes- Weekend & What's The Use

Featuring on BBC Music Introducing and given the British writing, recording and producing skills for expressing his emotions and feelings through his music, Tulu Presents Ltd brings us Blues Eyes, who comes with 'Weekend' and 'What's The Use' his new EPs.

As you listen to the music, his songs transports the listeners from their surroundings, however temporarily, to a whole new environment in their minds and 'Weekend' does that.

As you listen, you can hear the mid-tempo building of acoustic guitar struming on 'Weekend'. It continues throughout, but within 10 seconds the R&B beats comes in and Blue Eyes's vocals are emphasised.

With a laid back sound to his vocals and a relaxed vibe to all his music, 'Weekend' brings some smooth harmonies and melodies to the forefront.

Blue Eyes is Northampshire based and his style of music is along the lines of Mac Miller, Dominic Fike and Amber Run. These artists give him inspiration and gives him ideas on where his music should go.

Not only does he have this single but let's not forget 'What's The Use'. This track brings strong emotions via the piano playing throughout. Melodies, chords and beats. It's him showing of his unique personality through his vocals. Blue Eyes is telling a story with his singing, as some parts seem stronger than others but, otherwise, it's a song to relax too.

You should be on the look out for Blue Eyes. His social media is YouTube, Instagram and Spotify.

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