Trinity Fayth Shares “Siren” Visual
Songstress Trinity Fayth is a force to be reckoned with. The talented singer is blazing a trail in the music industry with her sultry voice and delivery. The rising artist, originally from Worcester, Massachusetts debuts a new visual for her latest song “Siren.” It’s pretty hard to believe she’s only released three singles so far because of how influential her sound has been thus far. Known for her covers on the social media giant, Twitter, her sound reminds the people of early Etta James, with a bit of Sade, and Ella Fitzgerald.
The beat was produced by Lee and ultimately mixed and mastered by the powerhouse Jeff Ramzy and Joe Laporta. The beat carries a guitar loop and a perfectly balanced boom bap percussion that really allows Trinity to hook and flow perfectly with the melody. The video was directed by Denzel Deranamie, with creative help from Vance “Maccadu” Wentworth.
Trinity’s vibe in the video is very art deco and playing with earth tones and a vibe that very much encapsulates that 70s type vibe. The mid century decor, and the wardrobe chosen really lends to her style, voice, and image. The soundbyte from Cher really makes the track stand out; I was honestly geeking out about that sample!
As the newest artist under The Rucker Collective, she’s been ferociously working in the booth, building up an arsenal of tracks soon to be released. The label itself is known for various works in the past including tracks with Drake, Moneybagg Yo, and Roddy Rich.
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