'Tamara Saul releases her new record “Fading Out.” A collaboration with UK producer Sam Cooper, who goes by the stage name New Mantra, the song is an invitation into Tamara’s soul as she shines a light on her deepest insecurities. More specifically, finding a purpose in life. This sentiment is one that many can relate to, and the Croatian singer does a wonderful job capturing it with her intense vocals. New Mantra also delivers on his end by cleverly flipping YesYou's "Lights Go Down." Saul released her debut EP Neon Lights last year and followed that up with her most recent single, "Pink Skies In Dark Nights." It’s clear Saul won’t be fading out anytime soon as she plans to release another EP this year, so be sure to keep her on your radar.’
'Tamara Saul is a young girl from Croatia with big dreams. She is classed as an R&B artist with an edge – covering the likes of Drake and Notorious B.I.G, Tamara is currently paving her way in the music industry. Her new song ‘Pink Skies In Dark Nights’ is smooth electro/alternative R&B track produced by RBMA grad, Russian producer DZA and is one of many more quality tracks to come from this singer/songwriter. We sat down with Tamara to ask those all important questions. Read our interview below.'
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'Since releasing her EP, Neon Nights, Tamara Saul has experienced a wild ride to acclaim. Songs like “Biggie Say My Name (Girls Love Beyonce Bootleg)” and “Pink Skies In Dark Nights” have pushed her to the forefront in a big way, with the listening public clearly willing to embrace a young singer-songwriter with an experimental interest in hip-hop, smooth R&B jams and soulful pop classics. Tamara spoke with RESPECT. about her musical inspirations, dream collaborations, upcoming projects, and what she hopes to achieve with her music.’ check the whole interview HERE.
DUMMY MAG premiered Pink Skies In Dark Nights announcing ‘After-dark theatrics from Russian producer lend an edge to Croatian R&B singer.’
'Back in January Croatian singer Tamara Saul popped up with an easy, breezy number that owed much to 90s R&B and hip hop, from Destiny’s Child to Nightmares On Wax. For her new song Pink Skies In Dark Nights, Russian producer DZA pulls her into the 21st century: whistling synths, bubbling beats and rolling bass provide the perfect counterpoint to Saul’s classic R&B vocal. A line like "better than hot cocoa, baby" would’ve sounded too saccharine in a summery context but against DZA’s after-dark backdrop it has some much-needed bite. Tune in on the Dummy player on the left.’