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Review: "Multitask" - Bethia



"Multitask" is the newest single from UK based, singer-songwriter, Bethia. In the track Bethia uses elements of both the R&B and pop genres, to create a song that tells the story of being in a relationship with someone who lacks care and effort. Not only does this person not put in the same amount of effort, but they also simply do not give the time of day to their partner. Coming away from an experience like this Bethia writes, "Multitask" which reaches out to listeners who have gone through similar relationship dynamics, and proves there is light at the end of the tunnel.



"Multitask" is the perfect merging of the musical styling present in the Pop and R&B genres. While using sonic references typically used in these genres Bethia, still creates a track that is original and fully her own. The song's energy and catchiness immediately draws listeners into Bethia and her story. A notable part of "Multitask" is when the song's entire pace slows down after the second chorus. This is a typical production chocie that can be seen in many R&B songs, that Bethia seamlessly implements into "Multitask". The switch into "slow mo" adds excitement and unpredictability not only to the production, but to the song overall.


Bethia is a UK based singer-songwriter who has been releasing music since 2017. Bethia has always gravitated towards music, especially R&B and Pop. While maintaining her own originality, Bethia has drawn inspiration from artists such as Arianna Grande and Alina Baraz. Recently, Bethia has begun to really dive into the R&B genre, through working with producer Mört. Together they have worked on creating music that implements sounds reflective of the alternative R&B genre and trap soul. Mört has also been instrumental in the creation of Bethia's second EP, they have released Bethia's "PT. 2."


Written By Alison Holst


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