By Mandy Rogers
Following on from the announcement that glamour puss rapper Colette Carr has worked up an innovative way to deliver her debut album “Skitszo” to her public, by first leading through a succession of 4 digital EP instalments, than the first increment “Skitszo Pt. 1” is now hotly rolling off the press as quick as I can type.
Leading from this initial release comes “F16” and wow, does Colette articulately rapid fire the rap out, strewth I wouldn’t want to be pitted up against her in a tongue-twister spinging match off, her rap pitter-patter is dang clean cut and oh so enviable.
Whereas, if you were classified as being fly the past couple of years back it was all about the G6, well Colette has moved on to bring F16’s into vogue and to be honest the frenetic nature of this Vincent Turner (Frankmusik) produced track is undeniably ear popping candylicious.
It’s been a little while since I’ve written about Zack Knight but that’s not to say he hasn’t been busy working up some fresh tunes.
I’ve just felt that he’s been trying out to find his niche and best placing in the pop world to fully stun us.
Lo and behold a new perky RnB delivered pop tune “Woah” has come to my attention and I feel it’s someway going in the right direction for him, well a little Craig David / One Direction-ish maybe.
What there is no doubt about though, is that Zack can sang, he can sang real good! It’s just that sometimes the technically enhanced polish feels a touch over produced, but the overall pop scoring is resonating good.
On the face of it “Woah” comes out as an potently peppy pop song, that is hard not too be joining in along too, and Zack has made that even more easy for us to be doing so, by sharing out the lyric video.
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