Rebecca Winter’s latest release “Diamonds” is a sweet, slow dancing anthem, and the perfect addition to your Valentine’s Day playlist. She is joined by Mulla Stackz, most known for his single “She Moving” featuring Paigey Cakey. The pair go back and forth on an afro-fusion style beat, seamlessly singing to each other pointing out their strengths and needs for love in the lyrics.
“Diamonds” is a vocal-based track, focusing on the lyrics and harmonies of both artists.
Timely, it illustrates a love that cannot be harmed, nor affected by external factors. Stacks sings to the West London singer, “Rebecca what you carry for body is something, they ain’t got a chance for you they must be bluffing”, where Winter sings similarly back. It is an all-round loving song, the chorus is catchy, but not too powerful.
She is no stranger to releasing feel-good anthems; her only two single releases last year, “Selfish” and “Tell Me”, Winter has slowly been releasing singles since her favourable EP, Rare, and grasping the attention of many, including opening for Burna Boy’s African Giant tour.
She has been a one to watch for a while now, but her break though is progressively there, she hones her versatility as an R&B, Afro-fusion artist. Her talents have not gone unnoticed though, in 2019 she won ‘Best Female Artist’ at the Legacy awards, almost two years later, we are excited for Rebecca’s 2021.