I couldn’t bite my tongue any longer.
I see right through your smile.
Every move so calculating.
Miss Trezz’s collaboration with artist/producer KANGA and Travis Bacon is sure to resonate with listeners everywhere. The song, titled “Confrontational,” is a bold anthem that delves into the complexities of friendship.
In the latest track, there’s an unvarnished exploration of the sentiments one grapples with upon uncovering duplicity within a cherished bond. The lyrical content, wrought with genuine pathos, delves into the dismay felt when an erstwhile confidant inexplicably ghosts. She poignantly addresses the core of the issue, striking a chord with those familiar with the sting of treachery.
As the track draws to its close, the rhythmic refrain reinforces the indispensability of sincere ties and the repercussions of insincere affiliations. It’s an invitation for the audience to introspect upon their own bonds, emphasizing the premium of unwavering loyalty and unfeigned ties.
With its evocative lyrics; “Confrontational” also had a compelling musical arrangement written with Kanga and produced by Travis Bacon to contribute to creating an infectious melody and distinctive sound. A fusion of dance electronica and 90’s freestyle beats creates an atmosphere that perfectly complements the song’s message. With a whisper of sensuality, Miss Trezz’s rendition breathes life into this tale of a fragmented heart, offering a perspective imbued with sultriness and modern allure.
Captured through the lens of Steven Anthony Roe in the sun-kissed rooftops of Los Angeles, the music video depicts Miss Trezz navigating the cityscape, a tangible embodiment of her vexations. And amidst this urban quest, she radiates a captivating elegance with every step.
From the reverent halls of classic training to the neon-soaked streets of modern electronica, Miss Trezz’s journey through this world has been anything but ordinary. With a voice that both silences rooms and ignites them, she’s drawn parallels with the raw edginess of Phantogram and the electric current of Metric.
Yet, to pigeonhole her would be a mistake. While her roots lie deep in classic training, her branches spread wide, touching the melancholic vibes of darkwave, the steely beats of industrial, and the mesmerizing rhythms of trip-hop. And when you think you’ve got her figured out, she’ll surprise you with a hint of goth pop, a sultry nod to opera, a playful glance towards jazz, or a riotous dive into the pulsating worlds of synthwave, electronica, and unapologetically fierce Nu Metal.
Fans of Miss Trezz are encouraged to listen, share, and join the conversation on social media using the hashtag #confrontational.
“Confrontational” is now available on all major streaming platforms via Re:Mission Entertainment.
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