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R&B and Soul musician, Abel Miller, makes a statement with his brand-new project, 'Fall To Rise', featuring Swiss, Little Torment and more.
The brand new 12-track record, ‘Fall To Rise’ is all about self-confession, as Abel Miller takes listeners on a journey of challenges, growth, and self-development.
Depicting the highs and lows we all endure, Abel explains, “Sometimes in life, you have to fall to rise, lose to win. Not every loss is the end. Life is a journey and this project showcases all parts of my life as it was made. At different parts from the ups – “Live It Up” ft Swiss – to me trying to find my way “Still Hope’”.
Since his journey in the UK music scene began just over ten years ago, Abel Miller has evolved from posting covers on his YouTube channel to working with artists like Cashh (formerly known as Cashtastic), K Koke, Paigey Cakey, and J Spades, and releasing a number of records.
A standout track on the album is “Live It Up” featuring SoSolid Crew member Swiss. A bright and optimistic feel-good song with a positive and hopeful message, Abel’s strong R&B vocals melt perfectly over the instrumental. Providing the message we all need right now, Abel sings: “We’ll be alright, we’ll be ok, we’ll be just fine” and Swiss rounds the song off with his rap verse.
A testament to his musical dexterity, ‘Fall To Rise’ features a range of sounds, for example the spacey track “Pattern” which features elements of Trap music.
Title track “Fall To Rise”, featuring South London rapper Little Torment, is a c lassic Rap/Hip Hop tune, whilst “Till The End” leans on nostalgic R&B vibes.
‘Fall To Rise’ is a record that many of us can relate to. A reflection of the good and bad times in our lives, Abel Miller has conveyed his emotions in a symphonic way. The album demonstrates his dedication as an artist, knowledge as a seasoned musician, and vulnerability as an individual.
With production from Sam K, Elson Barbosa, AMG, and Bezzie and features from Swiss, Little Torment, K Koke, and Papi, the message connecting all the songs on ‘Fall To Rise’ is encapsulated by Abel when he says: “You only live once but if you do it right, once is enough”.