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ONBAR: ‘Natty Wine’ A Bedroom-Studio Masterpiece

Natty Wine by Onbar single cover art

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Troy Truong popularly known as Onbar’s latest jam, “Natty Wine,” dropped just yesterday, and let me tell you, it’s a vibe. This guy’s a one-man show – wrote it, produced it, recorded it, mixed it – all in the comfort of his bedroom. Talk about DIY magic.

Right off the bat, the beats hit you like a wave, catchy and head-nodding. The synths join the party, giving it this dreamy vibe, and there’s a guitar that’s the cherry on top. It’s like a musical cocktail that just works, you know? You can’t help but groove along.

Picture of Troy Truong Onbar
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And then, there’s Onbar’s voice. Smooth, sultry, and dripping with emotion. It’s like he’s singing straight from the heart, and you can feel it. His vibe is pure seduction, like a musical Casanova.

The story behind “Natty Wine” is just as cool. Onbar spotted this drop-dead gorgeous girl at a wine bar, got shy, and instead of making a move, he turned it into a song. He compares her to wine – natural and effortlessly beautiful. It’s like a modern-day love letter set to music.

Natty Wine: A Love Story in a Bottle

Picture of Troy Truong Onbar on a guitar
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Here’s the kicker – Onbar cooked up this whole masterpiece in his bedroom. Seriously, kudos to Onbar for making it sound like he did it in a top-notch studio. The dude’s got skills, and it’s a smooth blend of 2000-2010s K-pop vibes. If you’re into K-pop, you’ll catch those feelings. But let me tell you, even if you’re not a hardcore fan, this track will still grab you.

As hooky as it is heart-fluttering, “Natty Wine” should soon intoxicate listeners well beyond those who initially identify with Onbar’s narrative. The sparkling ambience crafted entirely solo in his bedroom studio provides the perfect canvas for pining and yearning.

Unsure if the girl existed solely in his mind, Onbar immortalizes her through mellifluous melody and sleek production. But as “Natty Wine” spills from speakers, its real intoxicating power is affirming that beauty, desire and human connection inhabit spaces both real and imagined when artfully transmuted into pop poetry.

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