E.Bandit Releases New Single Full Of Vibes "A.L.L. Love"
E.Bandit has always been infatuated with music and lyrics since her early childhood. She would write down her favorite artists lyrics and remember them by heart. She was born and raised in Roanoke, Virginia and started writing poetry as soon as she could write and it was this passion that ultimately resulted in her writing her own tune. Writing was a creative outlet and was the best way for her to express herself. Staring her poetic style off from R&B, she eventually started to take a curve into rap. However, her love for both created a new genre in which she calls “Rap & B” which we see here through the vibes and feel in this track.
“A.L.L. Love” a really chill love song that isn’t sappy, it holds strong and has a good flow. The listener can easily identify the R&B quality to it while E.Bandit uses her verses to rap. The instrumental takes on a lo-fi and chill beat, as well the song includes a gentle melody and contrasting beat and vocals. The electric organ is soft and mellow compared to the lo-fi beat and E.Bandit’s sharp verses. This track has a great flow to it, and really lets the listener take a look at who E.Bandit is as an artist and what she is capable of musically. Emotion flows through every verse and it makes everything come together. The production makes it powerful with the effects added, making it sound somewhat dreamy and aura filled resembling being in love. The track gives the listener a vibe of what it’s like to be head over heels for someone. A work of art, make sure to listen to E.Bandit and check out her socials below!
Check our our exclusive interview with E.Bandit, to learn more about him and his music journey.
Care to introduce yourself to our readers?
Well, I go by the stage name E. Bandit aka “The Chick in the Mask” and I’m a recording artist and song writer from Roanoke, Virginia.
Can you give us a brief history of your musical career?
Well I’ve been writing music since elementary school, but I released my first professional project in 2015 titled BAD NITE II. Last year I released a visual EP titled BAD NITE III which I feel was my true introduction as an artist. Right now I’m gearing up to release my Numb & Void EP and I’m very excited to showcase a different side, my most vulnerable side even.
How did you come up with your name? Is there a meaning behind it?
Well, my real name is Ebonii and I wanted to keep a part of that but I wanted my stage name to reflect who I am. My nickname was always ‘Eb’ so the E-B was a thing. I thought about what B word really described me and I instantly decided on Bandit. Bandit, not because I’m a thief or anything, but I’m going get to what I want and where I want to be and if you not trying to give it to me, I’m going to take it, you know? I also wear a mask when I perform and make appearances, so that played a big part too.
Do you write your own music? Can you tell us a bit about your writing style?
I most definitely write my own music! Writing is where I began. I like to describe my style as poetic. I don’t follow any particular way, I just write what I feel to whatever rhythms I’m vibing to at the time. My goal is always for words to just feel like a part of the instrumentation.
We’re really into your new song! Can you tell us a bit about it?
Thank you! A.L.L. Love which is actually short for “At Long Last Love” is the first single from my upcoming Numb & Void EP. It’s dope, it’s a bit different from what people may be used to from me but I love it.
Where did the inspiration behind the song come from?
It’s just a profession of love to someone I really cared about. I draw inspiration from just real life. My real life anyway; which is basically a bunch of hopeless romantic stories of love and/or lack thereof.
What are three things you’d love your fans to know about you?
Hmm.. Three things I’d love the fan to know? I’m obsessed with learning crazy conspiracies, love is my drug of choice, and if I was ever on death row I’d request unlimited crab legs as my last meal.
Any upcoming shows? For someone who hasn’t seen you live yet, how would you describe your performance?
I don’t have any shows in the immediate future lined up but I’m looking forward to hitting the stage again soon! I’d probably describe my performance as a quiet storm. I’m a generally mellow person until I hit the stage and that music starts.
What’s next for you?
Next I plan to drop my EP and start back up doing shows. I’d really just like for my voice to be heard, I don’t really have much to ask for. Just want to make my music and make people feel something.
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