BADBADNOTGOOD Recovers “Marking My Time”

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The latest single from Elmiene, your next favorite singer.

BADBADNOTGOOD He is known for reversing songs and elevating them in his own way, this is how he comes to edit the single “Marking My Time” of Elmienean emerging artist that you cannot miss.

Elmiene recently released his EP Marking My Time, his second short material, an album full of R&B and warmth in his lyrics. It is with the premiere of this reissue that we know a new facet of the song and the musician, in the hands of BADBADNOTGOOD.

“Marking My Time” it’s a checking point for the life of the English artist, a point to return and remember his own sound. With this version textures are added to the soft voice of Elmiene and incorporates the pianos and percussions of jazz into soul. Reaching the end, it melts into power and increases the intensity of the swing, giving us an exciting anthem that is energetic in its elegance.

The union of the Canadian group and Elmiene is a delight for jazz fans. You can now find the complete EP of the singer-songwriter, so far he has released ten songs that already position him with collaborators such as BADBADNOTGOOD and incorporate their music into events such as fashion shows, where their first song debuted “Golden”.


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Christopher Johnson

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