Ask Yourself the Right Questions With, "Didn't I"

James Hayden Rodriguez is a Singer/Songwriter hailing from the Bronx. Writing all original music on piano, his style fuses the nostalgic genres of the 70s and 80s, including a vocal style influenced by Stevie Wonder and Freddie Mercury, combined with contemporary artists like Labrinth, John Legend, and Khalid.

An LGBTQIA+ artist with a mission to encourage Queer people of color of all ages to live powerfully. Raised a child of Broadway, James Hayden Rodriguez’s performance style can only be described as dramatic and theatrical; best experienced in large arenas.

Indulging us in the vivacious soundscape of an atmospheric pulsation, James Hayden Rodriguez’ latest single “Didn’t I,” comes together with a syncopated rhythm sure to get your mind and body grooving to the instrumentation. We admire how the intimate resonance of James Hayden Rodriguez’ reverberated echoes ricochet through the sound system in a way that pulls us closer to him and the themes expanded in “Didn’t I.”

Exuding a unique blend of timing and spatial cues that manifest into something of great significance in the electric universe before us, the instrumentation hones in on a fortified elusiveness that takes you under its spellbinding malleability. James Hayden Rodriguez isn’t the only angelic vocalist that graces the melismatic essence of “Didn’t I.” Inviting the one and only, Sapphire Hart to dazzle us in her prevailing timbres, the duo that is both of these soul giving artists leaves us in a state of lavishly overflowing presence.

Bringing us down memory lane with the pieces of nostalgia that connect us with the modern Pop vibrations further explored, we’re forever fans of how James Hayden Rodriguez navigates us through the winding path of lyrical motifs such as, ‘I just rely on my faith, you might get the point one day.’