The acoustically alluring raw new track “Red Handed” by Toronto’s R&B sensation Pisceze is out now on all streaming services. Her music has developed since the release of her debut song, “What’s Your Sign,” in 2019 with subsequent singles including “Lay Up” and “Superstar,” among many others. Since then, the Korean-Japanese singer-songwriter has put out a number of albums, including the P.L.A.Y. EP, which contains four tracks.
Pisceze is a Canadian gamer and singer-songwriter. She moulds the music industry in her own unique way by drawing on her background and upbringing. She combines common love reflection with powerful, emotional lyrics in her music. Pisceze, who only started in 2019, has truly ignited the R&B scene with her music. What’s Your Sign and Five, two of her tracks, were wildly popular with fans. She also appeared on a number of other stations, including BBC1xtra. It would be surprising if she wasn’t, given the ease with which the music can make you groove.
Fans can expect a cinematic music video for “Red Handed” on YouTube and can enter to win a cash prize giveaway by visiting pisceze.com for more information. It is one of her most intimate songs to date. The R&B Queen did hosted single release parties in Toronto on Friday, May 27th at Sky-Flower and on Saturday, May 28th at Muzique nightclub in Montreal.
Red Handed, her most recent hit, is a welcome addition to her career. She produced a single with a lot more feeling following the success of Dodging Bullets. The vocals, percussion, and additive harmonies all work together to give the song a lot of soul. Pisceze does a great job of setting the mood for the song as a whole. You can’t help but get lost in the song because of how beautifully emotional her voice, as always, fills it with.
Listen to Pisceze Red Handed song below.
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