The latest track ‘Warn me right before I fall in love’ by Matt Hansen is changing the dimension for pop music

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Anticipating the whole world all the way from California, Matt Hansen show offs his talent through his latest song ‘Warm me right before I fall in love’

(WorldFrontNews Editorial):- San Rafael, Oct 16, 2020 ( – The young music artist from Los Angeles is taking big steps with the latest track ‘Warn me right before I fall in love’. Learn from Matt Hansen how to create a soul-wrenching, heartbreaking song into a sweet pop track. The song can be considered as a romantic pop track, however, the lyrics suggest that it’s about heartbreak and rejection along with soulful breakdowns and funky music. The sense of loving sentiment with harmony helps to make RnB music even more engaging, mellow, and beautiful. The song is partly melancholic and partly optimistic and completely satisfying as a whole.

As a music artist, Matt Hansen is greatly influenced by other pop singers like Justin Timberlake, Lauv, Jon Bellion, and many other artists. With the inspiration and immense love for music, he came up with his highly anticipated song ‘Warn me right before I fall in love which is a beautiful blend of pop and chill music genre. The song starts with his voiceover where he introduces the song addressing the listeners. And then the song gradually progresses with melodically apt music and his honey dripping vocal tone. This makes the song brilliantly catchy and smooth enough to keep one hooked.

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The soft texture of the song compliments the mood and ambiance which impacts the listeners in a subtle way. Follow him over Instagram and Facebook to get updates on his upcoming songs and experimental projects. His music is available on Spotify, Apple Music, Itunes Store, Tidal, Deezer, Amazon Music, and Youtube as well.

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