Many people are blessed with a voice capable of concocting beautiful tones. However, few artists possess the ability to take their art and put it inside of you; to manufacture melodies that materialize the emotions they convey. Anhayla’s delivery transcends her music and makes it something tangible, something the listener can feel. As she sang it seemed as if the lyrics floated off of her vocal chords and wrapped around my ear drums. She exhibited an intonation that absolutely enchanted me. “All I Want is You”, is the kind of song capable of rejuvenating your hope for love. Then, “Stuck in Limbo” strikes down those hopes, as Anhayla illuminates the emotional havoc love wreaks. Not only is she beasting on tracks personally pioneered, she’s bodying covers. Anhayla’s vocal prowess is clarified in her acoustic rendition of Trey Songz, “We Can’t Be Friends”. Rawness oozed out the speakers, and her vocal versatility takes center-stage without the background of a beat. I thouroughly enjoyed her female counterparts to songs originally casted for males, like Miguel’s “Sure Thing”, and Lil’ Wayne’s “Single”. None of the covers feel forced thanks to Anhayla’s organic projection, and she adds spice to her versions with a sassy feminine touch. Anhayla has draped her talent in a unique presentation. The combination results in a dose of music that gets you feening, in all the right ways.