After the release of debut “Cowboy“, young newcomer Blakk Pearl shares second single “Prayer”, inspired by the 90s sound of Sade.
Writting about subjects that matter, the artist tries in “Prayer” to give a bit of light on these dark times. In between soul and trip-hop, she embodies the calm nature needed to overcome an unpleasant moment. The artist, who has been moving from London to France, knows how to handle loneliness and chaos, as she explains over a statement:
The amazing string arrangement was written for a quartet, by minimalist composer Tristin Norwell and recorded at Air Studios. “Prayer” is a song I wrote to comfort myself and others through challenging times, when you’re feeling low, because everybody feels low sometimes. It starts off as a prayer for help, but then turns into a voice saying it’s OK to just let go and be carried sometimes, instead of always having to be strong for the people around you.
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