There are plenty of exceptions that prove the rule. The world is full of them. And today, I have found one more to add to the list. Demi Ramos. If pop music is the art of blending infectious grooves and sunny vibes, accessible rhythms, and singalong addictiveness, why does it take someone from the more alt-rock, or at least alt-pop-rock, side of the tracks to show everyone how to do it? Demi Ramos latest track, “Just a Phase” is not just an exception; it is exceptional in a broader sense too.

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