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In Review: Marshmello and Brent Faiyaz', "Fell in Love"

Marshmello and Brent Faiyaz have come together for an unexpected collaboration. This track has quickly picked up buzz around the internet, proving to be an interesting listen.


This track starts with heavy bass, and Brent’s vocals are layered nicely over simple but swift drum beats. The harmonies in this track add much depth to the vocal lines. The instrumental is overall very mellow, allowing Brent’s smooth voice to stand out. Marshmello is known for adapting his production skills based on the artist he is working with``, and he did a phenomenal job of adapting to the R&B style of Brent Fiyaz. For this, the group gets a 6/10 for their sound.


In this track, Brent describes the process of letting his love interest go because she believed he was a better man than he actually is. He sings, “You ain't fall in love with me, you fell in love with the man I could be.” Brent knows he can be a better man, but has decided to focus on himself instead. He doesn't want his love interest to get the wrong impression, and even though this news is erroneous, he must get the truth off of his chest. He gets another 6/10 on the Intersect Rating Scale for his lyrics.


Marshmello has proved to be a very versatile artist, working with artists like Khalid, Meghan Thee Stallion, Juice WRLD, and Bastille. Seeing how he adapts to working with each artist is very impressive. He allows each artist to shine in their light, with vocals and visuals, making the track a perfect mix between him and whichever artist he works with. These two gain a 5/10 on the Intersect Rating Scale for their art.

Overall, these two get a 6/10 on the Intersect Rating Scale.

Stream the track below.


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