In the vast auditory expanse that is the world of music, every once in a while, a collaboration will arise that will serve to remind us of the unpredictability of the beauty that may occur when different pathways converge.
Enter British music producer Pyrosion, whose name has long been connected with musical expertise, and his newest tune, which includes Smhylie, who is known for her soulful brilliance.
Smhylie’s vocal tapestry has always been coloured with a distinct depth because of her Senegalese background, even though she was born with a natural talent for screaming out tunes.
Now that she calls Bordeaux her home, she has been captivating audiences with the eerie beauty of her voice, carving out a space for herself at concerts and festivals all across the French metropolis.
The chance encounter of the couple on the streets of Bordeaux, where they were both busking in their own respective worlds, was the germ of an idea that would later become “One More Time.”
It is a stirring pop piece that immerses listeners in the unfiltered waves of both loss and hope. Their shared respect for musical greats such as Rihanna, Beyoncé, Rag’n’Bone Man, Sam Smith, and The Weeknd served as the foundation upon which their productive working relationship was built.
The song genuinely came to life thanks to Pyrosion’s painstaking attention to detail in a tiny studio set amid the gorgeous French countryside. Smhylie’s vocals were expertly handled by Franck from Franck et Damien in Bordeaux.
The song “One More Time” was crafted here with great care; it was composed, mixed, and polished to sound its very best.
The song’s ability to evoke strong emotions is what makes it such a mesmerising listen. To compose a song is one thing, but to design an experience is something quite else. The song “One More Time” is part of the latter category.
The single is carried by Smhylie’s passionate voice, which is laced with real emotion. Her words are honest, and they resonate with anybody who has ever felt the emotions of loss or desire.
“One More Time” is more than simply a song; it’s a demonstration of what may occur when two universes that appear to exist in isolation come into contact with one another.
Although Pyrosion and Smhylie may have begun their own paths on different notes, their collaboration sings a beautiful melody that is a testament to fate, skill, and the pure alchemy of music.
Not only is it a track that can be heard, but it is also a narrative that can be experienced, repeated, and recalled by the audience.