Somewhere Between Fifth and Madison

Artist: Kabir Sehgal featuring Sonna Rele

Title: Somewhere Between Fifth and Madison

Release Date: 2021

Genre: Pop/EDM

Credits: Artist, Producer


Threshold marks Sehgal’s foray into Pop/EDM production featuring brilliant BIPOC vocalists each offering divergent
perspectives on love’s many languages. London-born Sonna Rele sings of a magical kiss and sleepless nights in the Big Apple
on “Somewhere Between 5th and Madison.” Emotive vocals meet multi-synth arrangements for a DJ-ready track for NYC’s
bars and clubs. Rele got signed by Ne-Yo to his Motown Records and has worked with John Legend, Maxi Priest, Wyclef
Jean, and Michael Franti. Rele brings her A-game to “Somewhere Between 5th and Madison,” a song by acclaimed
songwriter Greer Baxter that is about the highs and lows of love in Manhattan. Baxter wrote the first, second, and fourth
songs of the EP, and co-wrote the third one, and she’s known for her “Line in the Sand” which Mandy Gonzalez of Hamilton
performed on the album, Fandango at the Wall.