Tune In Tuesdays – The Musical Doc Shows What A ‘Real Woman’ Is
Not competent enough to sit idle and stare as the…
Singer and songwriter, The Musical Doc takes contemporary R&B to another level by using her powerful vocal prowess and commanding lyrics in her new single ‘Real Woman,’ our Tune-in-Tuesdays of the week. Produced by Peter Madana the song was released on all major streaming platforms on September 25th, 2020.
The Musical Doc, mesmerizes her listeners right from the opening of the song, as she opens with enchanted, airy, and flawless vocals. She then commendably transitions into soulful melodies, which articulate the mood and story behind the song. The chorus of ‘Real Woman’ is brilliantly woven in by Thanams, which derive from Classical South Indian Music, known as Carnatic Music.
The Doc quoted, “I wanted to celebrate the versatility of the journey into womanhood. To me, the journey into my womanhood has been a whole mood, experience, and level of consciousness/wisdom on its own. This is MY NARRATIVE! MY TRUTH – on all realms with the crazy experiences, sounds, and influences from my life. We used the initial recording take of what came out organically. After we heard the playback, we instantly knew it was something special. The hook of the song was already so catchy and swaggy – it told a story on its own; a story I could never put words to. So we left it lyric-less. Fun fact – this was actually the very first record I worked on with Peter when I moved back to LA from India. This song has such an old school R&B vibe – and we both instantly fell in love with it. Years later – here we are…I can’t wait for the world to see the lyric video – it evokes so many emotions for me, but I promise it will all come full circle!”
With a super clean & tight mix, the vocals are tucked in just right. The Musical Doc and Peter Madana bring a unique new flare moving through various genres.
Check out the ‘Real Woman’ right here and let us know what you think!
Not competent enough to sit idle and stare as the world goes by, Pallavi is optimistic to a fault and believes in building her world on her own rather than depending on others to make things right.