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BWW Single Review: Saycon Sengbloh's 'Everything' Keeps Your Summer Hot

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BWW Single Review: Saycon Sengbloh's 'Everything' Keeps Your Summer HotBroadway veteran Saycon Sengbloh isn't letting the early closing of HOLLER IF YA HEAR ME get her down. Ever since she caught the attention of theatergoers in AIDA and WICKED, her fans have followed her career with rapt attention. Like many of her peers, she has also been sharing her vocal talents with the pop music industry. Her latest single, "Everything," dropped earlier this week, and is a catchy dance hit that is sure to heat up your summer.

With sultry vocals that are somewhat reminiscent of Whitney Houston's glory days and an effervescent pop organ, cheerful tambourine, and feel-good electric guitar, "Everything" dazzles with a beat that is sure to get you dancing. With its delightful throwback vibe, this catchy number is sure to keep you on the dance floor all summer long. The best news is that a full album is expected to drop later this fall. If "Everything" is any indication as to what we can expect from the upcoming album, color me excited.

Saycon Sengbloh's single "Everything" was digitally released on July 15, 2014. It can be purchased from iTunes, CD Baby, and other digital retailers. You can also find the single on Soundcould.

For more information about Saycon Sengbloh, please visit her website at http://www.sayconsengbloh.com.



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David Clarke David Clarke has had a lifelong love and passion for the performing arts, and has been writing about theatre both locally and nationally for years. He joined BroadwayWorld.com running their Houston site in early 2012 and began writing as the site's official theatre recording critic in June of 2013.



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