We are back again with singer and songwriter Breana Marin and her latest single Back Burner. Now that we are in summer, we have to get big summer jams that get the people going and the production value for this track is up there. I also like the change of pace switch-up towards the 1:57 mark of the song. Her sounds never feel lazily put together or samey throughout. And the hook gets you there with the high energy that’s infectious. The vibe behind the entire track is so good that even though the lyrical content has a good message, you can throw it on during a club set and it’ll still get the people going.
Back Burner’ captures the emotions I was feeling at a time where the person I was with felt as if they needed to make more money, be more successful and accomplish specific goals before we could move our relationship to the next levelBreana Marin
This track is about being second fiddle to a person’s life goals. As Breana sings about it in the opening verse, she has all the intangibles and non-monetary traits to be the woman he needs, but he can’t see it. That day will never come because the ambitions and dreams will never align with the current situation. And Breana cries out that she doesn’t want to be on the back burner, but to be your main girl. And you’d think that he could see it, but pride can come with heavily tinted shades.
I felt as though I was being pushed aside and that my partner wasn’t living in the present because he was too focused on who he thought I needed him to be, when all I really wanted was to grow together here and now in the presentBreana Marin
This is a good song, great hook, and a relatable message. You can’t go wrong with that.
More About Breana Marin
When it comes to making hooks, Breana Marin is a connoisseur. The singer-songwriter based in Los Angeles has taken the internet by storm licensing hip-hop hooks to indie artists. She is one of the top-performing vocalist/ songwriters on the Beatstars platform where her hooks have brought in 6 figures in sales and collectively racked up millions of views on Youtube. She is most known for her velvety smooth vocals influenced heavily by Sade and Imogen heap. She has written for the likes of Fifth Harmony, Keyshia Cole, Phora, Brandy, and Letoya Luckett.