Review: "I’ve Seen Enough, I Know What It Does” EP by Morgan Gold

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Morgan Gold, an extremely talented singer/songwriter out of Chicago, has released her new EP “I’ve Seen Enough, I Know What It Does”.

Morgan is an independent artist who sounds as though she’s been signed to a major label for several years. She has a voice that rivals some of today’s top Pop/RnB singers including Kehlani, Ariana Grande, The Weeknd and Jhené Aiko. Her vocals are beautiful, smooth and, at times, chilling. This EP gives us just a taste of her tremendous talent.

The production on this project is outstanding. Every beat is unique. The songs “Rebel” and “Bathroom Tiles” both feature beautiful beats that sound professionally made. Gold’s vocals are perfectly polished throughout the project, so whoever the engineer was deserves a round of applause.

This project reminds me of some of the Weeknd’s music in that it is deep, dark, honest and sad. Gold describes her own music as “dark, infectious and stimulating,” which is spot on. She pours a ton of emotion into each track which makes for beautiful music. Gold’s excellent vocal range and overall singing ability allows her to use her voice to clearly convey all of her feelings. The listener can close their eyes while listening and really feel the pain, fear and sadness that Gold sings about.

The EP, although short, showcases Gold’s abilities very well. I feel as though these five songs could be played for any label executive in the world and they would be enough to land her a record deal. I personally consider myself a fan off the strength of just these five songs.

Overall, this project is honestly one of the best I’ve heard in 2019 from both indie and mainstream artists. I can’t wait to see what Gold does next as I believe that if she reaches her full potential, she will become a super star.

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