Atlanta-Charleston singer and songwriter SunRhé recently released her single “Fire”. More than just a singer, SunRhé is also a wellness advocate that stays in tune with the higher levels of self and implements that in her music.
“Fire” is a warm, seductive ode to the indulgence in the warmth of the fire we crave in another. Her full, daunting voice draws you in to the almost hypnotic setting she creates once paired with the slow bass pluck and gentle kick drum laid on this ballad.
It holds the air and ethereal space of songs from albums like House of Balloons by The Weeknd. On top of beautiful vocals, SunRhé takes us on a slow ride and invites us into her fire with entrancing harmonies and lyrics. “No sense of urgency (don’t say too much)/ all fair we should exchange( experience)/no sense of clarity(never in love)/or pleasure where there’s pain”.
I’m no pyrotechnic but this ‘Fire’ is indeed, #GxldApproved.
I’m sure SunRhé gets this a lot, but she reminds me of Jhené Aiko with the soul-filled touch of artists like Marsha Ambrosius and The Internet’s Syd. You get a full dose of this from her album Lavender. But if you are like me and are newly introduced to the songstress, “Fire” is a great start and display of the type of frequencies you’ll get from the wave that is SunRhé.
SunRhé will be performing live May 6th at Cultura Festival at The Royal American. Until then, stream her new single “Fire” available on all platforms!