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Single Review: Angel – ‘The World’

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As London singer and producer, Angel approaches the April 15th release of his debut album, About Time, we are offered the next single to be taken from the release in the form of The World.

AngelTheWorldInsertAngel was a relatively unknown Urban artist going back a year or so however his profile is growing rapidly thanks to previous hits like Wonderful and this latest single release. In his quick rise from underground producer to hotly-tipped R&B newcomer, Angel has found himself working alongside some of the industry’s brightest acts including Ed Sheeran and penning hits for the likes of Pixie Lott and Roll Deep.

With Angel’s success set to continue throughout 2013, The World provides the perfect example as to why that is the case. This latest slice of R&B sweetness is the ideal track to keep the momentum building around one of the UK’s brightest new artists.

Right from the opening beat of the track Angel delivers his craft with precision and enthusiasm. A bass line pulsates in the background of the number, providing the song with a dance-floor sensibility as it unleashes its memorable melody while the leading man, vocally, pulls out of the stops as he offers us a superb, chart-worthy monster hit.

While the rhythm of the single is quickly delivered, Angel’s vocals are paced throughout the track allowing us to study the singers quite evident vocal talents as he hits each note with smooth perfection – even in the moments where the track dips its toes into auto-tuned waters.

The World is yet another triumph for the increasingly popular West Londoner which offers fans a diverse addition to his singles catalogue and a teasing hit to get us salivating at the very thought of Angels forthcoming About Time studio offering.