Counterbalancing waif-style vocals with deep bass lines and heavy beats Le Femme harkens back to a time when urban music was raw as hell. The record also makes us nostalgic for our favourite era – the 90s.
There is a distinct theme on this album with Caprice tapping into the unique raw-ness the urban genre provides, utilising it to portray her music with a divine feminine sexuality.
The Call is an ode to female empowerment. With a cheeky little feature from her partner in music and crime, Druovanni, this track is a must listen.
Slow Grind, Aphrodisiac, Red and Taste You ooze a lusty quality, with the echolaic vocals centred around a crisp synthetic beat and hints of crooning piano and horns.
Luv Pack A Punch still features the same musical hooks as the rest of the tracks, however we get to hear a different level of vocals from Caprice. This track, while dealing with a softer theme of love, has a certain edge (as hinted in the title), juxtaposing power pop vocals with the male vocal sample to really pack a punch.
Fantasy opens with another more prominent feature from Druovanni, this time with a greater focus around a sensual trumpet riff. This track really heightens the intimate musical connection between the duo, who are collectively known as ‘Capovanni.’
Be is a solid final track, opening with words of wisdom from Caprice before transitioning into a heartfelt ode encouraging courage to weather the metaphorical storm. Feeling like it was written just for the listener, Be strikes a heartfelt chord.
Caprice Quinn’s Le Femme is a solid introduction to an artist we can’t wait to hear more from!
Grab your copy of Caprice Quinn’s debut album Le Femme HERE and keep your eyes peeled for a new music video dropping soon!