Vandetta

A doyenne of the Singaporean contemporary music scene, Vanessa Fernandez is a constructor of subcultures, exemplified by the evolving nature of her career. Her magnificent, soul-dipped vocals form the core of her artistry, bestowing effortless adaptability in projects she’s partaken in. As a solo musician, she explores experimental edges with her Vandetta moniker and delves into audiophile records under her own name. Equally distinctive is her collaborative work, including the electronica duo Octover, the guitar-centric Soulful Ghosts, and seminal hip-hop groups Urban Xchange and Parking Lot Pimp.

Vandetta

Soulful Ghosts

Releases

IDKW

Year of Release: 2022
Accompanied by Nic Robertson’s caressing beats and emollient riffs, Vanessa Fernandez reveals her softer side in ‘IDKW’, capturing the hearts aflutter. By being vulnerable, Soulful Ghosts demonstrate the depth of mutual commitment. It’s a Valentine’s Day gift to each other.

Release

Year of Release: 2020
As one half of Soulful Ghosts (together with Nic Robertson), Vanessa Fernandez flirts with minimalism for maximum impact. Sparse elements like micro-hats, sub-bass hums and synth chirps flutter around a nucleus held together by the singer’s bewitching vocals.

My dough

Year of Release: 2019
Like throwing dollar bills in your face, this super-sized all-femme collaboration oozes pithy lyricism with plenty of attitude. Joined by the trio of AngelK, Kim Olsen and Masia One, Vandetta delivers a bare-knuckled proclamation that’s brash about cash, punctuated with fiery rap verses and a hooky R&B chorus.

Give me love

Year of Release: 2019
This is tenderness designed for dancing in your bedroom. ‘Give Me Love’ thumps with a 4/4 microhouse kick, creating a pulse that hypnotises as potently as the singer’s velvety vocal performance. Vandetta produced the fidgety love song herself, showing her fondness for electronica and deep house.

Not your B

Year of Release: 2019
Vandetta drops the mic with sass and moxie in this anthem of empowerment, featuring Charlie Lim, Chok Kerong and Tim De Cotta. Backed by a jazzy artillery of blaring horns, gospel organs and choppy guitars, the powerhouse vocalist empowers one to strut away from abusive relationships.

Love

Year of Release: 2019
“Security and laughter/A real life kind of happy ever after.” ‘Love’ is about being genuine with your desires, and Vandetta reveals her heart in this ardent R&B ballad. It glows with the warmth of candlelight, capturing a moment of raw honesty before flickering out of sight. It’s a simple message, amplified with the lustre her voice brings.

Hold it down

Year of Release: 2019
Baring her soul in every glide and trill, Vandetta pens an ode to a cherished one who’s been her pillar of strength. Every crevice of this new-age ballad drips with emotion, conveyed with the singer’s vulnerable lyricism and against a downtempo backdrop produced by KoFlow.

Mindkiller

Year of Release: 2017
Inspired by Frank Herbert’s sci-fi classic Dune – “fear is the mindkiller” – Vandetta embraces the double-edged sword in her sophomore EP. She slays her demons, each track produced by a distinguished beatmaker – Kiat, KoFlow, Fauxe, Lineath and Perk Pietrek. Highlights include the tribal ‘Onz’ featuring rapper Kim Olsen, the smouldering alt-R&B ballad with guest vocals from X’Ho, and a synth reinvention of the Humpback Oak classic, ‘Circling Square’.

Vandetta

Year of Release: 2013
Vandetta’s debut EP focuses on her biggest asset – her voice. This audacious expedition crafts ASMR-like intimacy. She tinkers liberally with vocal manipulation. Harmonies create willowy textures. Murmurs build bass. Chopped samples accent the void, with rhythms constructed from beat-boxed loops.

Vandetta

A doyenne of the Singaporean contemporary music scene, Vanessa Fernandez is a constructor of subcultures, exemplified by the evolving nature of her career. Her magnificent, soul-dipped vocals form the core of her artistry, bestowing effortless adaptability in projects she’s partaken in. As a solo musician, she explores experimental edges with her Vandetta moniker and delves into audiophile records under her own name. Equally distinctive is her collaborative work, including the electronica duo Octover, the guitar-centric Soulful Ghosts, and seminal hip-hop groups Urban Xchange and Parking Lot Pimp.

Vandetta

Soulful Ghosts

Releases

IDKW

Year of Release: 2022
Accompanied by Nic Robertson’s caressing beats and emollient riffs, Vanessa Fernandez reveals her softer side in ‘IDKW’, capturing the hearts aflutter. By being vulnerable, Soulful Ghosts demonstrate the depth of mutual commitment. It’s a Valentine’s Day gift to each other.

Release

Year of Release: 2020
As one half of Soulful Ghosts (together with Nic Robertson), Vanessa Fernandez flirts with minimalism for maximum impact. Sparse elements like micro-hats, sub-bass hums and synth chirps flutter around a nucleus held together by the singer’s bewitching vocals.

My dough

Year of Release: 2019
Like throwing dollar bills in your face, this super-sized all-femme collaboration oozes pithy lyricism with plenty of attitude. Joined by the trio of AngelK, Kim Olsen and Masia One, Vandetta delivers a bare-knuckled proclamation that’s brash about cash, punctuated with fiery rap verses and a hooky R&B chorus.

Give me love

Year of Release: 2019
This is tenderness designed for dancing in your bedroom. ‘Give Me Love’ thumps with a 4/4 microhouse kick, creating a pulse that hypnotises as potently as the singer’s velvety vocal performance. Vandetta produced the fidgety love song herself, showing her fondness for electronica and deep house.

Not your B

Year of Release: 2019
Vandetta drops the mic with sass and moxie in this anthem of empowerment, featuring Charlie Lim, Chok Kerong and Tim De Cotta. Backed by a jazzy artillery of blaring horns, gospel organs and choppy guitars, the powerhouse vocalist empowers one to strut away from abusive relationships.

Love

Year of Release: 2019
“Security and laughter/A real life kind of happy ever after.” ‘Love’ is about being genuine with your desires, and Vandetta reveals her heart in this ardent R&B ballad. It glows with the warmth of candlelight, capturing a moment of raw honesty before flickering out of sight. It’s a simple message, amplified with the lustre her voice brings.

Hold it down

Year of Release: 2019
Baring her soul in every glide and trill, Vandetta pens an ode to a cherished one who’s been her pillar of strength. Every crevice of this new-age ballad drips with emotion, conveyed with the singer’s vulnerable lyricism and against a downtempo backdrop produced by KoFlow.

Mindkiller

Year of Release: 2017
Inspired by Frank Herbert’s sci-fi classic Dune – “fear is the mindkiller” – Vandetta embraces the double-edged sword in her sophomore EP. She slays her demons, each track produced by a distinguished beatmaker – Kiat, KoFlow, Fauxe, Lineath and Perk Pietrek. Highlights include the tribal ‘Onz’ featuring rapper Kim Olsen, the smouldering alt-R&B ballad with guest vocals from X’Ho, and a synth reinvention of the Humpback Oak classic, ‘Circling Square’.

Vandetta

Year of Release: 2013
Vandetta’s debut EP focuses on her biggest asset – her voice. This audacious expedition crafts ASMR-like intimacy. She tinkers liberally with vocal manipulation. Harmonies create willowy textures. Murmurs build bass. Chopped samples accent the void, with rhythms constructed from beat-boxed loops.

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