Miranda Glory’s Hypothetical Sees the Songstress Dealing with the What Ifs

Above, we’ve got Miranda Glory’s “Hypothetical.” She sings about a lover who she’s trying to figure out. She wants to know if it’s meant to last with them, becoming a bit of her own worst enemy.

Vocally, Glory reminds me a bit of Jhene Aiko mixed with Alessia Cara. That is, there’s a bit of nonchalant nature in the vocals as if she’s resigned to her fate. However, she battles against her fate to mess things up because—even if the relationship isn’t completely perfect—the relationship is worth saving. It’s a relatively complex song full of various emotions that ends before a resolution is made, aside from the chorus ending in a way that says “if it’s meant to be, it’ll be. Let me get out of my own head.”

Check out “Hypothetical” above and remember to support dope music in all its forms.

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