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Hannah Johnson's - “Mine” blurs the lines between pop and 80s rock, leaving our hearts racing and spirits soaring!

We're about to dive headfirst into the electrifying world of Hannah Johnson's latest single, "Mine". If her debut track "Slow Motion" was the appetizer, then "Mine" is the main course, serving up a delectable fusion of pop and 80s rock that'll leave you craving more. So, grab your headphones and get ready to stake your claim on this musical gem, because once you hear it, you'll be saying, "Yep, this one's MINE!"

From the funky guitar licks reminiscent of Miley Cyrus' "Party In The USA" to the Mariah Carey-inspired infectious vocals, "Mine" exudes an air of authenticity and excitement that sets it apart from typical pop offerings. The funky guitar riffs and groovy drums provide a solid foundation for Johnson's vocals to soar, while subtle electronic elements add a modern twist to the retro-inspired sound. Her raspy and zesty vocals perfectly capture the intensity of emotions associated with being in love, making for a compelling listening experience. 

The song explores themes of love and infatuation, with Johnson delivering a passionate and heartfelt performance that draws listeners in. Her vocals lend a soulful quality to the track, while the catchy chorus— "I know I know I know, that you're mine, I never felt so strong it's divine, cause you're mine, yes you're mine" —is sure to resonate with audiences.

As the echoes of "Mine" linger in the air, it's evident that Hannah Johnson is here to make her mark on the contemporary music scene. With each electrifying riff and soulful lyric, she's proving herself to be a formidable talent. So, as we wrap up this musical journey, let's applaud Hannah for her infectious energy and undeniable skill. Here's to her bright future and the countless hearts she'll capture along the way. Take a listen below!

Listen to "Mine" on Spotify here -

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A brilliant addition to the repertoire -

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