Ohana Bam vents on putting behind his past life with his ex, as he feels the love they once had has reached diminishing returns.
Emotional overdriven chords underneath a floating layer of pads. The hook is very unique and has a catchy rhythm that will get you hooked, no pun intended.
Ohana Bam also utilizes a vocoder at the end of the track very nicely. The drums have a Caribbean rhythm feel to them that caught my attention instantly. Production from Webs and D. Phelps.
Check out the track “Rest” and order his new album Tree Up.