'Guilty' isn't meant to be risky or innovative. It's a simple pop album which works well with its gorgeous melodies & clean-cut production.
The lead single "Guilty" was a letdown as I was expecting another bop like "Piece Of Work", but instead we got a heartfelt ballad which I later came to love. I just can't get over the cringey "No, the polygraph don't lie" ... read more
Before I go into more detail, can we first talk about "On My Mind"? That song is a BANGER. It's a chaotic adrenaline rush from start to finish. Pop perfection.
At first, I did not enjoy the album as much due to the length, but once you digest each song, you'll realise that each have their own speciality.
Sometimes you just need to turn off your brain for a sec & just enjoy ... read more
Despite the album's rocky rollout, the end result is a sugar rush from start to finish. Every song here is worthy of admiration. From the pure synth pop bliss of "By The End Of The Night" which borders on The Weeknd to the tropical trap anthem "How Long", Ellie showcases her fantastic ear for pop music.
As Ellie describes it best, it's a galactic pop album backed by glittery synths ... read more
On her 3rd EP, Gia sacrifices some catchiness for more experimental/fun/hyper tracks and thankfully, it's still a damn good time! Every track here incoporates some pulsating/throbbing beat intertwined with short bursts of euphoric melodies.
As seen in the artwork, Gia not only explores her sexual/fun persona but also dips into her melancholy and chaotic side. My favorite tracks are the more down-tempo/bittersweet tracks where Gia's euphoric melodies and raspy voice ... read more