A three second prelude synthesizes the whole song while, at the same time, opens it.
An interesting and different insight into dancing. We’re all used to the fun, addictive, dancey, positively-energized party tracks. With Ke$ha, we’re getting into what’s really going on in some of our minds -and eyes- while we keep dancing.
No wonder the producer Thomas Troelsen, from BoA’s “Eat You Up”, lives up to his title with “Adrenaline”. Bold and imposing synthesizers start the song slowly to take control over the whole energy the beat can bring, the same way this substance take command over the body.
Just like with Ayumi’s “Love Song”, “Price Tag”, by Jessie J, was allegedly not meant to be liked by me. Surprisingly, although its style does not fit into my musical taste, this song’s got what’s necessary to make me stick it on repeat. The reason? Still unknown. What IS known? That Jessie J is an artist you should already be watching closely.
You all know it. I’ve never been a fan of down-tempo songs. But this one…just got me. I love how the piano solo from the beginning progresses and evolves in conjunction with other instruments throughout the song.