Atlanta-based singer-songwriter Chrystel is making waves with her special brand of R&B. A couple of months ago, she created a huge buzz with percussion-driven single “Disciples”; now, she returns with a dope follow-up titled “Dangerous,” produced by BigPapito (aka Papa Fall). The track seems to continue her penchant for utilizing African influences, which she explained in a press release:
I freestyled the whole song the first time I heard the beat in the studio and ironically it’s my favorite out of all the records I’ve released. The song reminds me of all of the African music I heard growing up. It has a very nostalgic bass line.
Lyrically, the song itself sees Chrystel singing about a relationship with risks, one that she continues to stay in despite the signs.
Enjoy the Summer-worthy cut below. Hopefully, there’s more where this came from.
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