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Review: "Right" - Dylan Dunlap

Recovering from heartbreak is a difficult process many of us understand. If you've been through a bad breakup, you know how hard it is to manage the pain it causes. Dylan Dunlap addresses these emotions head-on with his latest single, "Right." After going through a breakup himself, Dunlap decided to tackle his feelings in this song. His breakup pushed him to take better care of himself, both physically and mentally. The lack of closure pushed Dunlap to find it on his own and write through the pain. This heartfelt ballad is a relatable listen, giving a personal and authentic view into Dunlap's journey to find closure and self-love.

"Right" takes us on an emotional rollercoaster, tugging at our heartstrings from beginning to end. The beginning of the song feels vulnerable and delicate until the impactful build into the chorus. Dunlap's voice then soars over ethereal electronic sounds, causing goosebumps from the beauty and rawness of the combination. "Right" highlights Dunlap's impressive vocal range and songwriting ability. This track is a powerful anthem for anyone struggling through a tough breakup or tackling feelings of self-doubt. Even if you aren't struggling with these emotions, "Right" is a touching song full of gorgeous moments that anyone can get lost in.

Dylan Dunlap is a Los Angeles native singer-songwriter. He creates lush blends of pop, folk, and electronic music, influenced by artists like Mumford & Sons and Coldplay. A talented musician, Dunlap has enjoyed much streaming success. In 2019 and 2020, he released the hits "If That's Alright" and "Who Would Have Thought." Dunlap has since signed with Nettwerk Music Group and released a pair of EPs—Soldier On in 2021 and Stranger's In My Head in 2022. Wearing his heart on his sleeve in his creations, Dunlap uses his platform and music to advocate for mental health awareness.

Written By Cheyenne Johnson



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