The song puts a spin on mixing beats and sound. It starts off sounding like elevator music with a soft symphony. Then, it adds the beats and instruments that encompass a groovy feel. The song makes you feel like you’re in a rave. Next, it slows down at the right time and allows you to catch back up. I love how it sounded like a Pop song you’d hear in the store, and suddenly, changed once he starts singing. I think it is different, a nice change that the industry needs. Stream Brandon Markell Holmes’ title track ‘Museum of R&B’ below.
South Bronx-native rapper MoneySign Hines, 28, teamed up with singer-songwriter Keven Texx to tell a story about reflection,