When a singer’s personality seeps through in their music, the listening experience is elevated to new heights. Sharnice, a singer-songwriter from the District of Columbia metropolitan region, is a vivacious, effervescent, and thoughtful person, and her music reflects these qualities. The sleek melodic singer combines euphoric R&B and soul components to create songs that are instantly memorable. With her new EP “Say Hello to the Bad Guy,” she demonstrates her prowess as a diverse artist by providing that classic R&B vibe. Apart from capturing the listener’s attention with her intimate melody lines, the singer’s passionate voice attests to her enigmatic musical taste.
Sharnice offers a groovy, uncomplicated backdrop with a contemporary-based chordal rhythm, experimental bass, and sparse, a distinctive production over dynamic, illusory instrumentals. The four-track EP comes across as large and modest while being sonically complex. Her heavenly vocal resonance takes center stage, with soaring harmonies and emphasized melodic phrases. Through clever, passionate songwriting that is lively yet full of emotional depth, she paints a story of seduction and heartbreak with a virtuosic command of the cadence and sounds.
“Say Hello to the Bad Guy” is one of the strongest portrayals of her abilities, as it exposes her musicality to the maximum extent for someone whose music essence is anchored deep in R&B and soul. With its accessible songwriting that churns out the deepest thoughts of someone who has emotions, “Say Hello to the Bad Guy” makes a strong first impression. With her choice of compelling lyrics, the singer has reflected on her artistic maturity and let her personality shine through.