Safety Meeting: 90’s Kid (Feat Aria Hennessy) Single Review

Safety Meeting is a talented pop producer, songwriter turned DJ from San Francisco Bay. Safety Meeting is the brainchild of 25 year old Michael Biancaniello who know resides in Los Angeles. Creating music is something Michael is extremely passionate about, he’ss kept himself busy writing, performing and producing on songs for the likes of 5SOS, Fifth Harmony, Kelly Clarkson and Jordin Sparks etc. The Safety Meeting sound was heard on Aria Hennessy’s first and second singles “High With Me” and “Where did the Love Go,” which went to #2 on Hype Machine and has been streamed over 150,000 times.

Now Biancaniello is coming to the fore front and has released the debut Safety Meeting single. 2nd December saw the release of 90’s Kid which features Aria Hennessy on vocals. “We wrote the song in a time where we were stressed and seeing a lot of our young friends feeling stressed and worried about their futures too. We had this epiphany where we were like fuck this, we’re young, lets stop taking ourselves so seriously, even if it’s just for this song” Michael said of this succulent track. Oozing plenty of electro pop vibes the sensational 90’s Kid left me hooked from the very start. Aria’s vocals are pure perfection and this  tune had been well produced. Well 90’s Kid is a fresh and funky cut aided by those luscious vocals and contagious lyrics.

Having heard the material Safety Meeting has currently produced I’m definitely intrigued to hear what he comes up with next. At the moment there is nothing regarding Safety Meeting online so the best bet is to keep an eye on the Soundcloud for the latest tunes.

For more on Aria go to:

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