Canadian singer-songwriter and r&b/hip-hop recording artist Allmillz grabs our heart with his latest slow jam entitled "Telephone number."
Allmillz always had a dream of a world in which he could create music, help others create, and contribute to the culture he holds dear to his heart. He's now making that dream a reality through his online show Slow Jams Sundays, hosting events, participating in the Olympus World Media brand, and a Canadian Independent Music Video award.
Allmillz recently dropped his new album, 'Apollonia,' featuring his sweet-sounding and groovy single, "Telephone number." This song perfectly showcases Allmillz's vocal mastery as he serenades us with his unique stylings and jumps into more of a rhythmic and conceptual flow. Also featuring artist Spcl.K, her heavenly vocals perfectly amplify the song's emotion and pure, unbridled passion.
Hitting play on "Telephone number," the song vibrantly opens with a dreamy r&b keyboard melody that oozes in psychedelia and mysticism. As Allmillz makes his bright and falsetto vocal appearance, he melts our hearts with his passionate lyricism and sensual vocal delivery that keeps our attention hooked. He sings such loving and gentle lyrics of love, ecstasy, and emotional bliss that leave us floating on cloud nine.
As he begins to sing in his chest voice, we get to know a whole different side of Allmillz's artistry through his versatile vocal delivery and relatable lyrics. Spcl.K makes her vocal appearance in the background and sweetly floats through our speakers with incredible poise and passion, carrying us to the outro like a one-way ticket to heaven on earth.
Lose yourself in the dreamy daze that is Allmillz's latest hit, "Telephone number,' off his recent album, 'Apollonia,' now available on all digital streaming platforms.
Welcome to BuzzMusic, Allmillz. We adore the groove and feel of your latest single, "Telephone number." What inspired you to create this blissful and passionate piece?
'Telephone Number' was inspired by Tupac Shakur's song 'Can U Get Away.' I wanted a song on the album that was catchy but also has an underlining message in it. Domestic violence is a situation that plenty of women have experienced and I feel topics like this aren't touched on enough in music today.
What was your songwriting process like for "Telephone number"? What did you want to get across to your audience?
The songwriting process for 'Telephone number' was pretty simple. I wrote it during the first long lockdown we had last year. I was listening to Tupac at the time and got inspired when I came across the beat. The message I wanted to get across is that I was interested in a girl that did not want to leave her current abusive relationship. She and her children would be better off with me than staying in an abusive relationship.
Why did you want to feature Spcl.K's lush stylings on "Telephone number"? Why did you feel the song needed a soft womanly edge?
I wanted to feature Spcl.K because I know what to expect when her vocals are included on a track....greatness. We have known each other for years and our chemistry on records is always on point. With her addition, it added another element to the record that I could not duplicate without her.
How does "Telephone number" fit into the concept and theme of your recent album, 'Apollonia'?
Telephone Number fits hand and hand with the concept and theme of the album. Apollonia is an album inspired by women and stories about women. This track gives you the story about me trying to get a woman away from her current abusive relationship.
What's next for you?
I plan to continue the promo for Apollonia. In 2022 there will be music videos, more new music, and business endeavors that will be popping up throughout the upcoming year. I also plan to work with other artists on their upcoming projects and develop the Olympus World Media brand.