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Monday, January 04, 2021

Saint Nine releases his debut track on Umami Records, Don't Call Me Sugar

12/21/2020 11:30:50 PM

Saint Nine has joined Umami Records and it reaped immediate results by releasing his new song, Don't Call Me Sugar.

A tropical electro-pop track infused with Latin-Cuban melodies, suave instrumentation, and a vocal performance by an unnamed two-time Grammy nominee, “Don’t Call Me Sugar” deep-dives into a compelling narrative about romantic betrayal and trust issues. The upcoming Bangkok-based Korean electronic producer tells the story behind this song. 
 “The song is about a man who was cheated by his girlfriend. He’s probably a lot better off without her. It will just become another bittersweet memory at the end of the day for him,” said Saint Nine. 
Inside this sad song, Saint Nine wrote a catchy chorus that is easy for anyone to sing along to, quite a common tale among some pop songs.
“I wanted sad lyrics for the song but with an irresistible beat that would put listeners in the mood for dancing. Nothing too energetic, just enough to make people want to move and dance,” Saint Nine said of the song's musical structure.
Having studied music from a young age, Saint Nine is also a classically trained pianist and vocalist. The multi-talented producer also listens to different types of music and is inspired by sounds from different parts of the world. 
“I’m not sure how to express them in terms of harmonics, but some melodies lure me into various genres like cinematic music, meditation music, EDM and hip hop. I try to make music that transcends genres,” concluded Saint Nine.

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