Milan, Italy – On September 15, 2023, music enthusiasts were treated to a unique fusion of hip-hop and R&B as Pasubium released his highly anticipated single, “My Monsters Are Speaking,” featuring the remarkable talents of Alyssa Jane and MsLiterate. This collaborative effort presents a captivating blend of genres, offering listeners an emotional journey through intricate lyricism and haunting instrumentals.
The track's genesis stems from Pasubium's desire to push artistic boundaries. “What a song would sound like if you took two female hip-hop/R&B songwriters, you told them to incarnate an inside demon each, and you provided them with a gloomy-sampled and recorded groovy changing instrumental? Well, kinda like ‘My Monsters Are Speaking,'” shares Pasubium, underscoring the innovative approach taken in this project.
“My Monsters Are Speaking” serves as a testament to the unique talents of Alyssa Jane and MsLiterate, both celebrated for their lyrical prowess and emotive vocal deliveries. The track marries elements of traditional R&B with contemporary influences, weaving together sampled pianos, authentic drums, and haunting cellos to create a sonic tapestry that resonates deeply with listeners.
At its core, Pasubium's goal is to establish a profound emotional connection with the audience. The song's lyrics, vocals, and overall ambiance are meticulously designed to elicit introspection and reflection. “I believe there are thousands of people who will be reached by the lyrics, the amazing vocals, and the ambiance; I only have to find them,” emphasizes Pasubium, highlighting the power of community and collaboration in the music industry.
“My Monsters Are Speaking” has swiftly emerged as a force to be reckoned with in the R&B landscape. This genre-blurring track challenges conventional norms while inviting listeners to explore their innermost emotions and experiences. With its thought-provoking lyrics, soul-stirring vocals, and carefully crafted instrumentation, it promises to etch a lasting impression on the music scene.