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Music Review of “Music”- Sarah Shoumer

Music Review of “Music”- Sarah Shoumer
By Yami Cabrera
Music has the ability to transmit positive energy and good vibes to everyone who needs it. The uncertainties of these recent times require a positive and hopeful musical support. Young Philharmonic singer/songwriter Sarah Shoumer is aware that this message should be strongly defended. This seems to be the main reason of her upcoming single “Music”. 
The 15-year-old singer and multi-instrumentalist will be releasing her most recent production on July 17th with various online streaming platforms. Currently it is possible to save a pre-release of the song on Spotify and Apple Music.
"Music" is an example of the pop style Sarah has developed during her musical career. This single shows evidence of the musical aspects that come from her artistic influences such as Alessia Cara, Kelsea Ballerini and Taylor Swift. The music is motivating and energetic.  It is quite surprising how Shoumer combines her pop sounds with some relevant elements from electronic and even folk music.

Despite her youth, Sarah has shown great potential to thrive in the music world. This has secured her some awards in competitions such as the Philadelphia Junior Songwriting Competition and the International Songwriting Competition, as well as her presence in shows like the Tin Pan South Songwriting Festival. Sarah also belongs to the Nashville Songwriters Association International’s (NSAI) and Meridee Winters School of Music, which has favorably nurtured her musical knowledge.
Her positive and authentic aura could give her a good start in the music industry. Sarah has a fresh image and sound that can be very helpful for her future. "Music" is just the beginning of Sarah Shoumer's promising artistic career. Stay tuned for this next release. You can also check out her latest single “Secret Santa,” both songs are part of the debut EP, which is still a work in progress.   
La música tiene la capacidad de trasmitir energías positivas y buenas vibras a todo el que lo necesita. La joven cantautora de la ciudad de Filadelfia Sarah Shoumer es consciente de que este es un mensaje que necesita ser defendido con fuerza. La incertidumbre que abunda en estos tiempos requiere de un soporte musical positivo y esperanzador. Este parece ser el motivo principal del nuevo single de esta cantante y  multi-intrumentista de 15 años de edad. 
Sarah estará estrenando su más reciente porducción “Music” el próximo 17 de julio a través de diferentes plataformas de streaming. Actualmente es posible preordenar la canción en Spotify y Apple Music. 
“Music” es un ejemplo del estilo pop que ha desarrollado Sarah durante su carrera musical. En este single se evidencian aspectos musicales provenientes de la influencia de artistas como Alessia Cara, Kelsea Ballerini y Taylor Swift. La música de esta canción es motivadora y enérgica, con algunos elementos que se acercan a la electronic music e incluso a la folk music.
A pesar de su juventud, Sarah ha demostrado un gran potencial para desarrollarse en el mundo de la música. Esto le ha asegurado algunas premiaciones en competiciones como Philadelphia Junior Songwriting Competition y  la International Songwriting Competition, así como su presencia en espectáculos como el Tin Pan South Songwriting Festival. Además Sarah pertenece al Nashville  Songwriters Association International’s (NSAI) y Meridee Winters School of Music, lo cual ha nutrido su conocimiento musical favorablemente.    
Su aura positiva y auténtica pudiera facilitarle un buen comienzo en la industria musical. Sarah tiene un imagen y sonido fresco que puede ser muy provechoso para su futuro. “Music” es sólo el comienzo de la prometedora carrera artística de Sarah Shoumer. Mantente al tanto para este próximo lanzamiento. También puedes chequear su último single “Secret Santa”, ambas canciones son parte del EP debut de esta joven cantante que aun esta en proceso de producción. 



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