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Song of the Day: “Secret Garden” by Sway Clarke II featuring Tink

Name: Sway Clarke II
Representing: Berlin, Germany
Genre: Folkhop / Pop
For fans of: Frank Ocean, Miguel
Single from: N/A
Produced by: Nikolai Potthoff
Song of the Day: March 2, 2015
Label(s): N/A

The Berlin singer-songwriter Sway Clarke II’s has been compared to likes of Miguel and Frank Ocean. His recent single, Secret Garden has a catchy pop-harpsichord sound that will just replay over and over in your head. It’s an uplifting track but personally, it has too much of a slow-tempo. Yet, it captures you at the right moment and it plays in your mind just like a lullaby. The song is self-explanatory, where lyrically you are telling your girl that you’re cheating on them. In the most nicest, softest, loving, and caring way you elaborate on how you go have multiple roses in your garden. With so much love to give, you cannot simply stay with one so you share it with multiply people. This is probably a good song if you are trying to confess something to your significant other. However coming from a woman’s perspective in this case, Tink gives her two cents about not letting anyone in your garden, in order to guard your heart. Evidently, this is a common factor in society from either men or women on how one cheats and the other is cautious of their heart. The song is so catchy that by the time you finish listening to it, you’ll know the lyrics.

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Written by Manny King John

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