Following on from the recent ‘Somethin’ Pretty’, New York artist Sayge returns with new single ‘Could Be’.
Produced by Sayge himself, ‘Could Be’ channels a mid-2000s R&B vibe into something fresh and exciting, while Spanish guitars also help give the track a distinctly Latino feel – inspired by Sayge’s Venezuelan roots.
It follows the heart-on-sleeve ‘Somethin’ Pretty’ and previous singles ‘Fade Away’ and ‘Toxic’, with all four tracks set to feature on Sayge’s forthcoming ‘Pretty Girls Paradise’ EP, due out 26th June.
An independent singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer, Sayge has built a reputation around his moody take on pop and R&B that often includes guitar solos, gospel arrangements and switches between English and Spanish vocals. Blending his love of jazz and blues with an obsession with Slash and Prince, he dips into the past to create a sound that’s remarkably fresh and modern.
His fourth single in quick succession, ‘Could Be’ is a sultry track that sees Sayge explore his Latin heritage.