by Howard Campbell
SOUTH FLORIDA – Many artists take into consideration successful music when both writing or getting into the recording sales space. Honorebel says he can establish a chart-rider from conception.
In Could, when he launched On High of The World in South Florida, he gave a breakdown of how the music happened. And the way he felt when composing it.
“With the expertise I’ve developed as a world artist and producer, it’s simpler for me to identify one among my hit songs even whereas recording it. It’s a sense you get whereas writing, recording and listening again to the grasp,” he defined. “Thoughts you, it’s not simply the recording course of, it’s additionally placing the parts collectively so the music can start the movement of turning into a bonafide hit.”
Honorebel co-produced On High of The World with Sven Ludholm and carried out the music at Unifest in Fort Lauderdale final Could.
He utilized all of the elements for a summer season music.
“Once I was writing it, I used to be pondering melody, catchy and glad lyrical content material,” stated Honorebel.
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The Jamaican artiste has experimented with totally different sounds over time. He has additionally loved pop chart success, essentially the most notable being Now You See It (Shake That Ass) with Pitbull and Leap People who smoke which made the Billboard chart in 2010.
On High of The World, which made the City Influencer Rap Chart, maintained his momentum coming into the summer season. In February, Honorebel carried out alongside Massive Mountain at Insurgent Salute in Jamaica.
The music’s video has loved rotation on Tempo, MTV U and MTV Jamz.