There is something about sultry vocals and slow bass that can entice and haunt. When these elements are done well, they can infect the soul with something beautifully sinful. Amaris has released an album entitled Aquamarine. Inspired by the pure element of life, water, it is an exploration of elemental.

The trouble though is in the delivery. London Lights teases with sensuality but for some reason, there is drop at the end of every line in her vocals that robs her voice of its enticement. That one second out of ten overwhelms the other nine. Kiss It Or Leave It is about the wild attraction. Spotlight gives us just enough of a straight delivery that makes us want more of the natural voice that is apparent with Amaris. That contorted delivery that robs us even more apparent on Love Under and Beach Love. The latter is almost unintelligible lyrically because of the vocal styling.

Build Me An Ocean almost steadies enough to give us a glimpse. It is a slow drip pulse in tone. Amaris has a beautiful range when the twist isn’t struggled for. She Ain’t Me is a little more smooth in delivery. The song allows the listener to settle and finally take in. Taunt beats with hypnotic tones and pulse. The vocals are smooth and it allows the song to be felt.

Every Step again greets with the over delivery that confuses most of the album. Salt and Sand explodes with beats like EDM but again Amaris is interrupting by going too far with her vocal fluctuation. Crazy returns to something a little more straightforward vocally. It blends well with the smooth slow beat. But then again Aquamarine ends the album just as it began. Giving us enough to say that it could be better. Amaris has a voice. It is just drowning on this album.

 

 

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