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How Enoka’s “Salvation” Is THE Song That Should Be on Your Playlist NOW

As we are finishing 2020 by reflecting back on the year, most people will use those reflections to make goals and wishes for 2021. What do you want to accomplish in 2021? What are your dreams and aspirations?

Although one associates the New Year with goals, aspirations, and outlooks, one should also think about what kind of music be on their favorites for 2021. One song that should be on your 2021 playlist (and even your daily playlist NOW) is “Salvation” by Swedish alternative pop/indie R&B singer Enoka. But, what makes her newest release such an earworm and should be on everyone’s playlist? Continue to find out!

Make sure to check “Salvation” down below and let me know what you think in the comments!

Why Is It Such a Good Song?

“My music is energetic and will make your body move. I want my audience to feel the cool vibe and heavy sound of my new single.”

Enoka

At the first beat, “Salvation” will ensnare you with its groovy beats and alluring melodies. It is well-composed as the instrumentation is pretty solid with a blend of synthesizers, stringed synthesizers, a percussion loop, and a banjo-like instrument, which is such a riveting melody feature throughout. With the alluring melodies, the tune features a sharp yet bouncy beat that will have you dancing in no time!

Of course, don’t forget to listen to Enora’s vocals as they also make the song enjoyable. With a honeyed, smooth tone that has so much range, the vocals are a perfect addition to “Salvation”.

Although it is a modern song, the beat and melody featured in “Salvation” harks back to the pop/R&B tunes of the late 1990s and early 2000s. The song reminds me of tunes and artists that I grew up with: No Angel’s “Feelgood Lies”, Jessica Simpson, and Indie Arie. It is very refreshing as well as delightful to hear the retro pop and R&B sounds, that were popular when I was in middle school, in “Salvation”. It is pretty good!

Final Thoughts

“Salvation” is such an enjoyable song! It features a pretty solid and professional production with a catchy beat. It also features Enoka’s alluring honeyed vocals that are pleasant to listen to. Finally, the tune features a throwback in its melody and composition to pop and R&B songs from the late 90s and early 2000s. With its catchy beat, honeyed vocals, and addictive beats, Enoka’s “Salvation” should be your must-listen playlist RIGHT NOW!

Listen to Enoka’s newest song down below! What do you think?


About the Artist: Enoka

Enoka

Before releasing original works, the singer performed background vocals for European heavyweights such as Gunter, Arash, and Bobby Farrell from Bony M. The artist also worked with Swedish musicians including John Lundvik and Loulou Lamott, who represented Sweden in Eurovision 2020.

Prior to this release, Enoka garnered solo attention by collaborating with songwriter Tomas Cederholm on the May 2020 song “Queen On The Floor”. The singer is signed under Yellow Rhinestone Records. She has also worked with producer Andreas Stone, operator of Hydra Studios and successful international music distributor. Enoka’s first 2020 single, “Like a Hurricane”, was released in March.

Anna Marie Enoka was adopted from Sri Lanka and came to Sweden at 2 months old. She grew up in Vellinge, a small suburb of Malmö, Sweden, where she still lives today. Having studied music since her teenage years, the singer-songwriter continues to impress audiences with her passion and vocal abilities.

Singer-songwriter Enoka’s star is on the rise. Echoing the music styles of trend-setting musicians, this singer-songwriter’s inspiring compositions and powerful vocal skills distinguish her from the herd.

Make sure to check out Enoka at the following sites:

Facebook | Instagram | Spotify | Youtube | Soundcloud


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