Abdul Henley who goes professionally as J. Hill has been designing an ambient multi-diverse sound by transforming his stories into addicting melodies with near-universal appeal. He easily flourishes on the nostalgic R&B and pop beats as he does on the hip-hop and soul-inspired ones. The dream is to get to as many listeners as possible and allow listeners globally to connect with his music on an emotional level. His journey back to Pittsburgh PA began with a simple and insatiable passion for music and it has grown into something exceedingly amazing that will stand the test of time. Every song J. Hill releases have a life of its own and it will be intriguing to see the feet he achieves!
The track, “Sing To You” is an emotionally moving and touching ballad that will feed your creative craving off of a soothing and evocative euphonious track. Starting captivatingly warm with the allure of the guitar strings, this track builds and grows into a powerful cocktail that fuses numerous elements into one finished body of work!
There is that nostalgia of the soul vibe with the smooth-talking and velvety vocals of R&B and the deep beats at some point echoing the spirit of hip-hop. The way he faultlessly sings over the candid instrumentation is fascinating and will have you put the song on loop just to get lost in such melodicism and lyricism.
This track’s lyrics ebb and flow toward a complementary route and they appreciate the beautiful ladies who are the flowers of the world. His way of delivery leaves nothing to be desired and flawlessly makes this an infectious tune that will keep on playing over your head while you go out on your business.
I have a feeling this will be a fan favorite as it has all the undeniable qualities of a radio staple. The music video for the same will also be dropping very soon. To get a taste of this addicting ballad; follow the attached link, stream the track and add it to your favorite playlist. It would also be a nice gesture to share it with all the beautiful women in your life!
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