Find The 'Beauty' In Wallace's Jazzy Allure
Future soul vocalist Wallace (Wallace Gollan) made a strong impression with the jazzy, hip-hop infused appeal of her addictive debut, 'Vinyl Skip', quickly going on to catch the attention of the musical blogospshere. Blessed with a husky, maturely emotive voice that skilfully articulates her intelligent, thought provoking lyricism, the Sydney, Australia based New Zealand native proved that her jazz influenced sensibility and warm, raspy charm was worth paying attention to. Recently sharing the stage with Next2Shine Downunder favorites Louis Baker and Yum Yum, Wallace returns with the sensuous reverie of her new track, 'Beauty (Ft. Sampa The Great)', another superbly polished offering that is flush with the mellow allure and sophisticated shimmer of her jazzy, hip-hop inflected neo-soul vibe. Featuring a slick vocal vignette from Sampa The Great, Wallace again showcases the idiosyncratic charm of her distinctive vocal delivery as she muses on the creep of emotions that are eddying within her subconscious.
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