Sylvia Bremer kicks off Fall by dropping her new single, “Not Okay.” The song focuses on the miscommunication in a relationship and the distance it creates. “Not Okay” details how partners can be in the same bed and feel like complete strangers because neither of them understand how the other one is feeling, so it’s just argument after argument.
“Not Okay” marks Sylvia Bremer’s second single since branching off as an independent artist. “Not Okay” is a Pop song with an R&B twist that was produced by Wvchin. The songstress’ powerful, euphonious vocals mixed with the rhythmic, up-tempo beat makes for the perfect remedy for the 2020 blues.
“Not Okay” serves as a teaser to Sylvia Bremer’s upcoming EP set to be released later this year. Although “Not Okay” discusses a serious topic, the poppy nature of the track will surely have listeners jamming and dancing. The song will resonate with listeners as well. One listen and it will be impossible to not become a fan.
About Sylvia Bremer:
Sylvia Bremer is a Cuban/German-American singer-songwriter hailing from Miami, Florida. She is the daughter of a Cuban actress, singer, and pianist. Following in her mother’s footsteps, by the age of three, Sylvia began singing and performing. She began writing her own songs at the age of eight, composing melodies on the piano. In 2013, Bremer auditioned for The X Factor and made the waitlist. Sylvia would continue perfecting her craft through performances at the Van Dyke Café in Miami Beach and showcased her vocal prowess in the “Novell NU-Soul Series.” Additionally, she was working as a vocalist and songwriter for various local and international artists, and collaborated and featured on several artists’ songs and albums. In 2017, Sylvia began working with Revolution Radio 93.5 and Radio 1 UAE where she did voice-over work. In 2019, Sylvia joined Epidemic Sound as a recording artist. She has since decided to pursue an independent career focusing on Pop and R&B primarily; thus, prompting the release of her single, “2 AM“. Sylvia has released a single titled, “Not Okay,” and is currently working on an EP projected to be released later this year. Sylvia Bremer’s raw, polished sound demonstrates why the rookie-veteran is going to be the next big thing.