Have you ever looked for a reason to fall out of love with someone? Rachel Chinouriri has, and expresses it openly throughout this artistic ballad.
Chinouriri is clearly a talented vocalist. What I adore most about her singing is the slight rasp in the low notes, and the way she seamlessly glides up to the high notes. It’s prettier than a bird chirping.
It can be difficult to sing with such a wide range, but Chinouriri makes it seem like anyone can do it. (But I know that the only time I should be belting out like she does is alone in the shower.)
The British-Zimbabwean, singer-songwriter’s vocals remind me of Faye Webster. Both artists sound airy and jazzy, while being and moving and commanding at the same time.
In addition to Chinouriri’s singing, I also adore the background vocalists. Although they are chanting rather than singing, I can still feel passion come from their voices.