Dutch writer - Founder of Lefuturewave - Music enthusiast
It can be tempting to get caught up in the numbers—in the streams and the plays and the downloads. But what happens when those numbers dip? When the single doesn’t perform as well as you’d hoped? When you’re no longer “trending?”
You might feel like you have nothing left to offer. But the truth is, your worth as an artist doesn’t hinge on your placement on the charts. Your art has a much higher value than that.
In her new single One Trick Pony, singer-songwriter B.Miles opens up about the pressure she’s felt to live up to past successes. She also touches on how the admiration of others can be fleeting and how that left her disappointed.
But despite all of these difficulties, B.Miles has managed to find a way to define what satisfaction looks like on her own terms. And in doing so, she provides a voice for other artists who might be struggling with similar issues.
B. Miles demonstrates impressive vocal control and flexibility throughout the song. This is most evident in the way she pushes her range upward without losing any power or clarity.