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Single Review: Olivier “Whereareyou?”

Olivier is an artist and songwriter with a passion for creating one-of-a-kind music that blurs the lines between the edge of modern melodic beats and the melodies of soulful indie pop, With his most recent release, “whereareyou?”, Olivier managed to explore some rewarding new ideas, leading to a very innovative, yet extremely appealing blend of sound. Imagine a lovechild between Sujan Steven’s delicate approach to vocals and Juice WRLD’s melodic beats, and you can get close to understanding how innovative and unique Olivier’s sound truly is. The song kicks off with a very dynamic introduction, which serves to set the mood for what is about to happen. Later, the track delves into a really lush and melodic arrangement, which still has a lot of energy.

Being half-German and half-Haitian, but raised in NY, the artist has experienced a lot of unique cultures and a diverse musical upbringing, which enabled him to really set the bar higher in terms of spicing up his sound with something more diverse and dynamic, unlike any other artists on the scene today. In 2018, Olivier found himself in Haiti with his family, in the middle of a violent riot. They didn’t think they would make it out alive, but the experience actually prompted the artist to value every moment and follow his dreams from there on out.

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With “whereareyou?”, Olivier managed to establish yet another rewarding and one-of-a-kind chapter in his artistic history and musical legacy.

Find out more about Olivier and do not miss out on “whereareyou?”, which is currently available on some of the very best digital music streaming services on the web today.

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