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Enrique Penn Realizes That Any Love Worth Having Takes A Little “Patience”

We all know that good things take time…..

Drawing inspiration from the golden musical eras of the 60’s to the 90’s, artist Enrique Penn has always had a deep love for music.

Motivated by the simple desire to make RnB that the world can enjoy, Penn’s passion for music underlines every single record he puts out. This talented artist seems destined for big things with a sound that’s been described as “Old-new” (due to Penn’s ability to balance stylistically older influences with the sounds of today).

Although he knew he wanted to pursue a music career since he was in high school, Penn’s foray into the industry wouldn’t begin until the ripe age of 25. Since debuting, he’s wasted no time, putting his heart and soul into every release to make them stand out.

Although his current sound is rooted in RnB, Penn notes that nothing is stopping him from changing this in the future. Above all else, he refuses to let himself stagnate, constantly experimenting and tweaking his sound to find the artistic sweet spot that works best for him.

Penn’s latest release, “Patience,” is a good old-fashioned slow jam perfect for dancing late-night. Slow, rhythmic bass and a hypnotizing, slightly distorted keyboard sink you into Penn’s groovy soundscape as he croons this late-night hit.

“Well, I bled my heart far too many times,” Penn sings, noting the prickly history of romance that’s led him to his current point. Penn isn’t about to let his past experiences ruin what he has now, though, and also he acknowledges this struggle with lines like “It’s hard to be patient” and lines like “You can take your sweet time,” showing this talented artist hasn’t given up on love yet.

Armed with a natural sense for melodies and the artistic desire to see his visions through to fruition, the future will remain bright for Penn as long as he continues to follow his dream.

Whenever you’re ready, tap in and stream Enrique Penn’s new release, “Patience,” out now on all majour streaming platforms.

Welcome to Buzz, Enrique Penn! We loved “Patience” so much that we had to ask: What inspired this release? Were you drawing from personal experience?

Thank you so much for the compliment; the inspiration was just seeing the social world or thinking of past experiences of friends, always saying, “It was hard to be patient, trying to find love,” or being with someone and rushing the process. 

What’s been your favorite part of your music journey thus far?

Being able to create music and experience the highs and lows of being an independent artist has been fun and stressful, but I love the challenge. My favorite part has been trying to better each song after the other because I always have to try to one-up myself on each song I do.

What does your typical creative process look like for music, and what’s your favorite part of that creative process?

Well, first, I like to listen to the beat I have or made, and sink into it and really feel it out. Then I usually come up with the hook/chorus first because one thing about me I love when others can sing along to make it more karaoke based. Once, I finish that part I work on the verse’s. Now, I usually freestyle everything just because it’s more built on natural feelings when I do that. So overall, freestyling is my favorite part because it feels natural, and more comes out from the heart and brain. 

What do you want listeners to feel when they hear your music?

I want them to hear a story, personally or just from viewing the world. I want everyone in the world to be able to enjoy, understand, relate to, and share the expression I feel through my music, and they feel the same things.

What’s next for Enrique Penn? Do you have anything you’d like to say to your fans?

What’s next? I have an album, “A Different Perspective 2,” which will be a 3 part series. And my focus is mainly on that because it’s something I hold dearly to my heart. I want to start getting out and doing more shows when I find time. I’d like to tell my fans that I love you guys. Thank you for listening to my music and jamming it because I just want people to enjoy good music no matter the genre! 


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