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ICYMI: Sabrina Claudio releases new project, ‘No Rain, No Flowers’

Sabrina Claudio is another reach for the R&B generation. Her new release, No Rain, No Flowers is sensual and mature. The soft beats and ocean-like melodies strike the heart.

With Come Here as the opener, Claudio opens up in the most inviting tone and bass riff that she “wants you to come here.” The song talks about dying to see that special someone. Her vocals are beautifully rounded and shaped with enticing passion. As the listener gets deeper into the album, you can show that Claudio’s No Rain, No Flowers isn’t all lovey-dovey. For the track, Creation, she shows her true colors and shadiness. She’s telling you she created you, and that she should be the one thanked for making you attractive to anyone else. You’re her creation, and she’s moved on.

No Rain, No Flowers follows her last releases Confidently Lost and About Time. Catch her on tour this fall and listen to her album above.

Cynthia Munrayos
Cynthia is an incoming junior at the University of Rhode Island, and is a double major in English and Journalism. She currently is a contributing writer for the Entertainment section at URI's Good Five Cent Cigar. She has an eclectic music taste that stretches from hip-hop, R&B and soul/jazz to punk, alternative rock and even a little ambient, electronic music every now and then. Apart from school, she sings on the side and contributes her vocals to the URI-based alt rock-R&B-fusion band, Nakamarra.

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