Flortcha Flow is an up-and-coming south Florida-based singer-songwriter from Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Not too long ago, she released a lovely R&B single, entitled, “Before I Write This Song.”
Flortcha Flow – “Before I Write This Song” single
“Before I write this song, tell me what not to feel. Can’t keep chasing this thrill if you’re not for real. Boy, through those brown eyes, I’ll walk through muddy aisles. Just let me dress in white, please don’t feed me lies. Can’t deny it, I’ve denied my whole life (a love like this). But you feel like home right now. I won’t fight it if you gave me all you got.” – lyrics
‘Before I Write This Song’ tells a heartfelt tale about a young woman who desires to know more about a very special person in her life. Apparently, he’s attractive, a lady’s man who is very much to her liking. Therefore, she wants to make sure that everything is okay before jumping into a relationship with him. No rookie to the love game, she requests to go through his phone because she wants to know if she is the only love interest in his life.
‘Before I Write This Song’ contains a relationship-based narrative, ear-pleasing vocals, and tuneful melodies. Also, the likable tune possesses vibrant instrumentation flavored with a soothing contemporary R&B aroma. Furthermore, “Before I Write This Song” serves as a wonderful presentation of what listeners can expect to hear from Flortcha Flow in the near future.
“Can’t treat me like your toy, I won’t be ignored.”
“‘Before I Write This Song’ was written for those who build walls around them for safety but also keeps themselves prisoner. Here is your chance to visually witness the crossroads between self-preservation and self-sabotage.” – Flortcha Flow explained
Flortcha Flow’s music reflects her multi-cultural influences, and her lyrical style takes listeners on an emotional sonic journey. Some of her musical influences include Emeline Michel, Amy Winehouse, Etta James, and Sade.
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