Jazz singer Penelope Antena gives us the feels with her EP 'Down the habit hole'
Jazz singer Penelope Antena gives us the feels with her latest EP release 'Down the habit hole.'
'Down the habit hole' is a collection of 5 tracks, each song putting you in a different mood accompanied by her soulful voice and lush experimental production. We can't help but feel like the collection of songs is a form of empowering woman, reminding them of their self-worth and their value.
Our personal favourite is 'Don't text' a song that every woman in the world can relate to. It's smooth and spacey, it echoes in your ears long after you've listened to it. Reminding us a little bit of Solange.
In 'Chocolat chip cookie' she takes it into another realm, where she raps over some dope beats. There is no stopping this multi-talented artist.
Penelope is a songwriter, singer, producer and daughter of Isabelle Antena and grand daughter of Marc Moulin. You can tell that music has run through the family as her new offering has us slow dancing in the streets.