J Appiah press photo

J Appiah releases an alternative-soul tune, entitled, “Wyhg”

J Appiah is a singer-songwriter from London, England. Not too long ago, he released an alternative-soul tune, entitled, “Wyhg,” which stands for Where’s Your Heart Gone.

J Appiah – “Wyhg” single

“Call me a liar, call me a liar. Call me a lover, call me a fighter. You see, all these memories – they make it hard to breathe. You’re crying out for me to change, I’m begging you to do the same. Why do I feel like – why do I feel no way? You tell me, you ask me, you say, ‘Hey! Where’s your heart gone?’ You took it out you, you gave it back. ‘Where’s your heart gone?’ I know you’ve been praying for that. ‘Where’s your heart gone?’ And you’ve been waiting for my love but I’ll never give it up.” – lyrics

‘Wyhg’ finds J Appiah singing about the pangs of guilt and conscience within a fading relationship. The song is also about accepting responsibility for our wrongdoings.

“You know how to love me. You show it through all your pain.”

J Appiah press photo

“‘Wyhg’ is a question we all have to ask ourselves when we’ve lost a little love for something or someone. Sonically speaking, it’s a fusion of all the genres I love. I wanted those drums to knock like some of my favorite hip-hop songs but with that indie-guitar pulsing through. It’s a really abrasive sound and I wanted it to be in your face.” – J Appiah explained

‘Wyhg’ contains a relatable narrative, ear-pleasing vocals, and sky-kissing melodies that will resonate well with fans of Jacob Banks, Frank Ocean, and Rag’n’Bone Man. The likable tune possesses guitar-laden instrumentation flavored with alternative soul and contemporary blues undertones. Furthermore, “Wyhg” serves as a tasty appetizer to what listeners can expect to hear from J Appiah in the near future as he continues to release new music.

“Wyhg” single

J Appiah - “Wyhg” song cover art

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