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The innovative R&B artist, Miguel, and his "Banana Clip" song make a perfect addition to the picnic playlist. The track is about Miguel promising a girl that she will have his love and protection in this dangerous world. Additionally, Miguel uses metaphors that refer to guns and war to emphasize how dedicated he is to this girl ("Banana clip on my love for you (ooh)

Let it ring like (graa"). Naturally, Miguel puts on a phenomenal vocal performance that will hit your soul and his delivery radiates charisma. Miguel even chuckles in the chorus which only adds more flavor to the track and makes it his own.

The instrumental on "Banana Clip" is marvelous and features elements of neo-soul, funk rock, and psychedelia. Specifically, the warm, crisp guitar chords layered over the rhythmic bass guitar and drums create a groovy summer atmosphere. Also, the warping synths in the background give the track a hint of psychedelic vibes, which take the summer anthem to a whole new level. Overall, "Banana Clip" has an addicting instrumental and a strong vocal performance from Miguel, giving listeners a song they can replay forever in the pleasant summer weather. 

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About The Curator - Mussie Fitsum

Mussie Fitsum - Music to Curator

I am a student at the University of Maryland, College Park where I am studying Criminal Justice and Criminology with a minor in International Development and Conflict Management. After college, I want to get my law degree and practice criminal law. I am also a big music lover that listens to r&b, hip-hop, rock, reggae, and pop. But, I am also trying to expand my taste in music as much as I can to appreciate the different amount of genres out there. I also started a music blog in August 2018; so if you like reading interesting takes on music and concert opinions, then give it a glance.

Music Blog: https://tuneexpressions.com/

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