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REVIEW: Belle Mariano blooms with her debut studio album, ‘Daylight’

Belle Mariano is leaving no room for doubt with her debut studio album, Daylight, which is a satisfying collection of blissfully earworm tracks. The fast-rising Kapamilya star is seemingly inviting her growing followers to indulge in her saccharine vocals. 

Mariano’s debut album Daylight comes on the height of her astronomical soar to stardom. It’s a sugary mix of summer and spring feels.

Belle Mariano is leaving no room for doubt with her debut studio album, Daylight, which is a satisfying collection of blissfully earworm tracks. The fast-rising Kapamilya star is seemingly inviting her growing followers to indulge in her saccharine vocals. 

It’s an attempt she overly succeeds when listening to the seven-track maiden album extracts what could be the sweetest side of Belle, ABS-CBN’s new phenomenal star.

Daylight carries Mariano’s smash debut single, Sigurado, with a music video that nears six million views on YouTube. The track serves as Daylight’s thematic and sentimental center. The studio album [practically] represents Mariano’s doubt-proof showcase of her enormous artistry. 

Rainy Days, which features Belle’s playful yet still charmingly-soft vocals, plays between lachrymose and energetic. The track could be very well used as a boredom-shocker, as well as a frisky anthem while playing under the rain—I mean, what’s keeping you from literally getting soaked in raindrops while this track plays in the background?

With With You, Belle throws a little bit of range and runs, although there is cautious not to hit the vocal ceiling. Daylight remains a light and relatable collection. With You’s dreamy sound is a thunder-stealing stand-out. 

The young female star doesn’t have to declare she’s on the rise, but she does, anyway, with Jayda’s Rise, which is a rousing track that may pretty well serve as her promise to carry on in reaching her dreams.

Belle takes a little detour with Nights of December, a sentimental pop ballad whose words revolve around the matters of heartbreak.

On the whole, Daylight feels like a fitting maiden venture in recording for Mariano, whose incredibly astounding rise to fame is one that not too many young artists get to experience, these days. Her personality reflects on the overall light and sentimental vibe of the album, but like her irresistible appeal, there is just so much affectionate energy in Daylight that should only bring this debut to a never-before-seen level of success. Indeed, as she claims through the album’s 7th track, Belle is truly ‘on the rise’.

 Daylight is now available on major music streaming services. Stream the album now on Spotify.



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