In 2017, Broward County demanded relevancy in the music industry with acts like Kodak Black or XXXTentacion. The Florida native Savannah Cristina has been continuing the wave for 2018 with her fruitful, R&B vibes. Currently, she has two EP’s “Faded” and “Mango Season,” both projects foreshadows what kind of artistry to expect when listening to Savannah; her intelligent, poetic perspective on the issues that cause a frenzy on the free world makes her a pleasing experience to anyone’s ear. Of course, Savannah Cristina name is beginning to be familiar with her peers and blog websites as well; She has recently released the single “Florida Boy” which is slowing becoming one of my favorite song thus far in 2018.
“Florida Boy” is more than a smooth party banger; the single helps her case as an upcoming artist that we should all take note of and possibly she can clear the way for more R&B acts in Florida. The visual shortly was released and the concept made perfect sense and complimented the song. Majority of the setting takes place at a party with joyful intellectual energy from the people who are dancing and laughing among themselves. Savannah Cristina pays a tribute in the visual by solely having people doing a dance that’s referred to as “Sticking” which was created from the music scene in Florida. The production on the song “Florida Boy” is done by Blvvk; the production has a massive array of samples that are familiar with the songs that people would stick to at the gatherings in Miami. The single is impressive and a major upgrade to Dj Khaled “To The Max”, Savannah Cristina can bring Florida into the R&B world with this single and her craft can open up the doors to a breakout year in 2018 with the right moves.