Newcomer Yonee extends his hand for unity with the release of his debut single Bombs of My Love. Opening with a guitar-structured sweep -- suited-up with luscious strings and Yonee's tender lead vocal -- the track then catapults into a cataclysmic dance-pop track of the likes of Zedd and Calvin Harris. "I was sitting, wishing in this barren desert wasteland all alone," he unravels in the first verse, setting the stage for one of the best pop tracks of the summer. "Hoping that mirages weren't some type of scene I've come to know...she whispered closely, told me 'this is all that we could ever be.' But none of me would be the enemy and destroy our destiny."
It's not everyday you have a glistening club anthem laced with powerful lyrics -- cutting enough to crush all the hate and violence in the world. "One of the most important things to me is to engage other people in trying to bring more happiness to the world," Yonee shares with Popdust of the song -- which premieres exclusively today. "That's what I try to do as a person, and if I can achieve something similar with my music, then that would be the most fulfilling part of all this for me."
Yonee, who learned to play piano as a kid, pursued his dreams of global domination while in college, touring the world as a DJ and creating the kind of dance-beats Top 40 radio is made of. Once he took some time to really dedicate to his songwriting craft, he was then able to explore music and the world around him in a completely new way. That's when Bombs of My Love was born -- the song's melody burns onto the skin and as it lifts and soars into the sky, Yonee makes a declaration of superstardom. He has something truly significant to say, and he won't go down without a fight.
Bombs of My Love hits iTunes tomorrow (Aug. 9).
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