Chicago award-winning singer and songwriter, Terry Blade has just released his latest track - a real masterpiece. His unique voice meets delicate lo-fi beats, with a touch of trip-hop, elegantly crossing the line between urban pop and R&B with a soft touch and melodies and rhythms influenced by rap.
What genre does the song fit into? Difficult to define. In one song live several different styles, but always strolling through the rich melodies of universal black music.
As the title suggests, the song talks about the “silent treatment” given by a partner in a loving relationship, where there is a refusal to communicate with the other person or even not recognize its existence.
About Terry Blade
The emerging American artist calls his music “blackpostmodernistrootsmusic”. The singer-songwriter uses his natural baritone to explore an artistic sound that fuses R&B with indie and folk influences, allowing him to express his individuality in a completely unconventional way.
Their first EP, “Misery”, was released on May 8, 2020 and has since achieved “gold” status on DistributeKings.com, receiving more than 1,000,000 combined downloads, streams and views. Terry's experimental single “The Last Macbeth” won the Best Original Song award in 2020 at the New York Movie Awards; the Oniros Film Awards Best Song Award; and the New York Movie Awards honorable mention for best music video. Also in 2020, “The Widow”, by Terry, received the Best Original Song Award from the Florence Film Awards; the Honorable Mention Award for Best Music Video at the Florence Film Awards; and a Silver Award for Best Super Short Director at the Hollywood Gold Awards.
Terry's debut album, "American Descendant of Slavery", is due in February 2021. The artist recently became part of the independent label "Starburst Records".