Album: All the Way
Music has been always been a passion for Laurelle. Over the last few years, she has evolved into a versatile artist. She made her debut with the album, “All the way” (which comprises of 4 tracks) brilliantly melding each track in varied genres and words penned with positive meaning. Also known as ‘chameleon’, Laurelle’s only intention is to reach her audience with positive, creative and engaging music.
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1. All The Way
The album starts with the title track, “All the Way” a fast, Rap/R&B, club which draws a fine line between fun & danger in clubbing. Composed in two versions, which more or less sounds the same expect for a tweak in lyrics, this track has fused Rap and R&B very convincingly. Laurelle’s voice shows the confidence in her music and doesn’t fail to impress the audience.
The second track of the album, “Conga”, is an offbeat dance number from 90’s and Laurelle’s voice takes us back to the retro times. With the Congo beats, the backing music is fast. Though the song turns out to be a dance number, it fails to entertain as it lacks in creativity. Except for Laurelle’s voice, the rest falls short.
3. Years Ago
on slow tempting beats, her third track, “Year Ago” caters to the present generation. Laurelle tries to woo her audience with some emotional lyrics about her past, but the music fails to capture the essence of the song. A minute and half into the song, the beats sound slow and drags the song. With some significant repeated play in radio stations, this track might become a hit.
Album Verdict: Good debut for Laurelle and way to go !