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What’s The Word, Syd?

NEWS & REVIEWS

"A track that feels primed to be a club hit!"
By: Enrique Ortiz

Originally posted September 11, 2023

"The rhythmic throughline is a hard-hitting drum beat that maintains the bounce throughout. SymbaSyd comes through with some bars and a hook in the first half before giving way to Richland Ave, who kills his verse in the short time he’s on the track. SymbaSyd comes back around before Destiné enters the fold and unleashes an impressive flurry of bars, which..."

"SymbaSyd is enjoying each day as it comes." By: Vocalo Radio

Originally posted April 4, 2022

"SymbaSyd’s new single “Walk” is bringing her brand of serene R&B-infused hip-hop to Vocalo’s March “In Rotation” playlist. Hailing from the South Side of Chicago, she now resides in Nashville and has been releasing singles since 2020’s “Always.”

“Walk,” her latest release, sounds like what driving around on a sunny day with the windows down feels like. According to SymbaSyd, it’s about setting aside time for yourself to celebrate where you are in life."

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TALK NERDY WITH US ARTICLE FEATURE BY BRYNA KRAMER

Originally posted September 9, 2020 

"SymbaSyd is an artist you’re going to want to keep an eye on. Her debut album Another Life Situation touches on everything from heartbreaks to partying to graduations. I got the chance to talk to her about how she first got into music, what the recording process for Another Life Situation was, what her goals are and more. Keep reading to see what she had to say!" 

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BIG SOUND: SYMBASYD BRINGS THE CHICAGO SOUND WITH "ALWAYS."

Originally posted January 8, 2020

"When I was little, my grandmother would turn on the radio in the kitchen and play instrumental blues/jazz. She'd ask me, "what's it saying?" and I would have no idea what she meant by that. As I got older, I started to understand that even when there aren't words, music speaks. Ever since then, I've always aimed to write what it was saying to me."

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