- Designer | Singer | Songwriter
I'm Reneé "Tokyo Bangbang" Lynn, singer/songwriter and freelance graphic designer [http://www.designedbyreneelynn.com]. Some of my clients include T.I., BoB, Zuse, and FKi. I specialize in photo manipulation and fashion illustration. While living in Atlanta I chose to earn a degree in fashion design, but some how ended up being a graphic designer. Along with designing, my love of music has moved me to become a music artist; singing and songwriting. Over the years I've been mostly a freelancer, using my talents as means to live. I dance, create music, sew, and do graphic designing. On top of all that I am currently working on playing a role in the development of building and strengthening the mindset of young girls. My nickname is Tokyo because I was born in Tokyo, but I'm not Asian ethnically. Follow me on twitter and instagram: http://www.twitter.com/tokyobangbang http://www.twitter.com/iamreneelynn http://instagram.com/tokyobangbang http://instagram.com/iamreneelynn Let me know you followed me from Fluence and I'll follow back.
- design, blogging, social media, creative writing, graphic design, web design, songwriting, arrangement, fashion
- hip-hop, alternative, singer/songwriter, edm, music, r&b, abstract hip-hop, dubstep, fashion
- Atlanta, GA
I really like the melody of the musical production. I can definitely hear this in a summer film or the theme used in a commercial. The only problem I have is with clarity of the lyrics. It is a bit muffled. Even so, I get a nostalgic feeling when I hear this as well; almost as if i was sent back in time to the 60s and I love it. So regardless of my inability to hear the words clearly, I don't mind it. Though I wasn't alive then, I do enjoy the music from that era. The refrain sounds a bit cluttered; too many sounds going on at once, but the overall sound is pleasing. Thanks for a little joy.
Hello! I really like the imagery; it is really strong, as are the lyrics. I love how fashion and art are both tied in. I'm kind of hoping an actual video for this song is coming next so I can see these words truly come to life. My only disappointment is the direction of some of the words. The lyrical graphics were clever, but when the direction of the lyrics go from the right to the left and then the words are being placed vertically while I'm trying to shift my attention, it can become slightly overwhelming. Visually it looks great, but maneuvering to read along gets a bit tricky. Other than that I actually like the song and I can't wait to see and hear what's next!
Hello! I'll just get right into it. I really like the use of vivid light and color. Also the various textures displayed were very aesthetically pleasing. The fact that there was thought put into the color scheme [blues, pinks, and purples] gave it more purpose; it added to the theme. "Skip The Day" becomes clearer as I realize the the world is being sped up, but I would have liked a story line for the visual. Many of the things shown correlated with one another like showing space, then the satellite right after. It all makes sense and really taps into the senses, but being that the music had a clear verse refrain verse refrain type format, there needed to be something climatic with the visual. No people are needed to give it a beginning middle and end, but there was no story for me. Overall I enjoyed the video and the music. The production is amazing; very well mixed and clean.