Pop sensation Dina Renee gives listeners a bubbly taste of her captivating new single, “Only Human.” This Los Angeles based Pop artist holds her Tennessee roots close to her heart. Dina Renee always had a dream of being a singer and took it into her own hands to teach herself how to play piano by ear at only three years old. Songwriting naturally came to her a few years later as she embraced all that music had to offer her soul.
Dina Renee is establishing herself as an up and coming Pop artist making a wave. Her unique vocal tone, which is a blend of Retro Pop, allows her to stand apart from the rest as she creates memorable hooks that you couldn’t forget if you tried.
“Only Human” emits an intoxicating radiance of Electro Pop ambiance filled with a modern twist that only Dina Renee can produce. You are immediately immersed in a surge of confidence as the up-tempo groove fills your speakers with many elements in the progression. There is the perfect balance of instrumentation and vocals that continue to accompany the composition as a whole.
“Only Human” depicts a story of fishing for the bigger picture while not allowing us to fall back on using our faults. We can no longer use them as excuses because, at the end of the day, we’re only human, and we need to come to accept that. Dina Renee carries such an empowering delivery with the way she vocalizes her message in a reverberated tonal distinction. She submerges us with sultry melodies as we are pulled in by her intoxicating repetitious hook, “’Cause we’re only human.”
This promising young artist is truly doing what she advocates herself and others to do in life – “Do it now.” Despite her perfectionist ways- she is now pursuing the dreams she had as a young girl and is fearless with a plate full of future endeavors. Pop sensation Dina Renee gives listeners a bubbly taste of her captivating new single, “Only Human.” This Los Angeles based Pop artist holds her Tennessee roots close to her heart. Dina Renee always dreamed of being a singer and took it into her own hands to teach herself how to play piano by ear at only three years old. Songwriting naturally came to her a few years later as she embraced all that music had to offer her soul.
Congratulations on the release of “Only Human.” We are captivated by the release of your latest record. Could you please take us into what the creative process looked like when creating, “Only Human?"
Thank you so much! Writing this song was kind of a therapeutic process. It was first my producer/ friend Aj asking me if we could not write a song about another guy that ruined my life. That actually seems difficult because I hadn’t realized that might be my favorite topic to write about, but at the time I was feeling really depressed about a lot of things. I was like how can we turn that into a song but somehow write it to make me and others feel better. Jordyn Kane was there co-writing it with me which was so amazing working with her. After about 30 mins of spitting out ideas and melodies we came up with “Only Human.”
What does this song mean to you as an artist?
I think it’s definitely edgier than the other songs I’ve done. Timbaland’s old records really influenced me for inspiration on the production, and I also wanted a more dance electronic track. Most of my songs are about love but for this record, I wanted to write about something more raw and vulnerable when speaking about my own personable struggles with myself. I speak about addiction, depression, and really just being too hard on yourself. I wanted a song people who are feeling down could relate to and feel like they aren’t alone. The title is basically saying we are all “only human” and it’s ok to not be perfect. I just hope this song is something people can relate to.
What were the vibes like in the studio when recording, “Only Human?"
The vibes in the studio were very fun. I love recording with my producer because he always can bring out the best in my voice and he may be just as much of a perfectionist as I am so I always appreciate that.
What would you like listeners to take away from this record?
I want them to feel inspired and to stop doubting themselves but to really start to do the things they want most in life because this year has definitely been so difficult in so many ways but one positive thing we can take away from this is to really work on our mental and physical health and try to take time to start pursuing the passions we always said we would if we had more time.
What has been keeping you inspired throughout 2020? What can we expect to see next from you?
What keeps me inspired is just having this time to really reflect and deal with things I never dealt with before internally. I think I’ve been so busy since I was in high school even and I haven’t slowed down at all to just really think about what it is I really want most in life. I’m inspired to take this time in quarantine to just heal and also start to do the things I’ve always said I was going to do. What’s next is more music videos, a fashion line I hope, a children’s book I wrote to be published, more acting roles, and Ofcourse more music.