by Theo Thompson, September 09, 2022
The model, actor, singer-songwriter Saulo Oliveira S., also known as the Prince of Rock, released his EP “Prince of Rock” a few weeks ago. As a matter of fact that’s not the first musical project of the artist, after all, he is in the music since 2018.
So, let’s dive into this coutdown of his top10 songs:
10. Kool Kids Klub — In this song the singer transcends his previous work and delivers an immersive progressive rock single.
9. Like We Used To Do — This is a delicate and gracious sad ballad. Like We Used To Do works for the broken hearts such as for those who just want to listen to something to chill and relax.
8. That Liar Never Walked on the Water — In this song there’s no narrative, Saulo Oliveira just says what he thinks about the industry of faith and criticizes the oppression of the LGBTQ community. A well delivered manifesto.
7. In The Beginning Was The End — This is the last song of the 2020 album “Wild Horizon” and ends the whole concept brilliantly.
6. The Doors of Perception — A song with the ability to transport the listener to the glory days of the 60’s with an energy that reminds and portrays the classic rock scene like no other recently.
5. Macneil — A perfect tune to add to a Halloween playlist considering it has references to the movie “The Exorcist”. It’s a soft Rock or pop Hip-Hop single that also belongs to the EP “Prince of Rock”.
4. Old MTV — A single with blues-beat tone and remarkable lyrics that celebrates the nostalgia of 80’s music and stylized MTV clips.
3. Monolith — Intriguing and engaging this song is it has impeccable poetic structure and a rhythmic beat coordinated with mathematical precision. Fun rhymes.
2. Lockdown — This was Saulo’s most listened to songs during the pandemic times and it is definitely one of his best. After all, lockdown got everybody missing downtown in all kind of ghost towns.
1. Renewing Rock N Roll — Released on February 2022 it has been considered career-defining for Saulo Oliveira S.: The Prince of Rock surpassed Eminem in this Hip-Rock song spelling 1.593 words in six minutes while Eminem spelled 789 words in “Lose Yourself” and 1.539 words in “Rap God”, both 5 and 6 minutes respectively.