Lana del Rey's ninth full-length is intense and personal, as well as the most thoughtful and detailed demonstration of her soul yet.
Rarely (lmao), in her expression consists of notorious religious references that call the attention (much considering how she is) not only for their presence but for the meaning they have within the order of the songs, and that paradoxical scenario now corresponds to an almost naked collection of her voice, shining.
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As far as I know she is multifaceted, Kali Uchis explores her mind and soul in a project that shows both sides of her. Just as in the 50s it was customary to listen to an artist with almost a totally stiff discography and not even interested in evolving a sound, she managed to make her listeners feel different things with every tone, every sound, every ... read more
Overall it was a more peculiar experience than what I'm already used to hearing in Tomasa's songs, especially because of the dissonant lyrics that catch my attention so much; she sings with autotune in the choruses and raps with her voice totally naked in the verses. By far the most remarkable thing (as in most of the rest of her work) is the ... read more
In the midst of those assonant melodies and those percussions that suddenly appear, her music for me turns out to be really special, more than anything else for the pleasant atmosphere she manages to build with that somewhat peculiar inclusion of instruments in moments that you wouldn't really expect them (and even bowl for which you may dislike the album).
And so I end up feeling it as a total portrait, from the cover ... read more
I can say that I REALLY enjoyed listening to this project, it wasn't felt at all unnecessary besides 2 specific songs, I danced and hummed the songs that were already playing on the radio months ago. As a second impression I feel that this is probably the most coherent Karol's full-length among itself, ... read more