Barbara Moleko was hosted by the MGP in 2017. On sangerindens warped new album, ’I am strong’, it sounds as if she would like to be in the competition at the age of 34.
the Dane with african roots has recently ruled on a heavy downturn with the depression and stress, which of course is almost a prerequisite for publish pop nowadays, but her expression is none the less ultra light.
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One senses, rather, that Moleko just have to live with the flu. And the book.
Kærlighedssangene feels, however, as volatile teenageromantik, and quite indicative she sings about boys instead of men added smiskende tone of voice, and watered-down traces of rastakultur.
Acoustic ’Volume’ orbits, indeed, on her ass. Moleko think it is fine, it is full-bodied. Great art is not.
’I am strong’ is written in collaboration with tredjerangs hitmagere from Denmark and Sweden, and the production budget was shown at 450 million, but the sweet melody of ’Proudly alone’ are all worth the money.
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Diskofilt glistening ’Error’ is not completely ueffen on a curious, messy and almost kitsch gambit, who generally have too little to offer.
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Short, as you know, still be good, but in the case of the ’I am strong’ to get it just the album to appear more insignificant, that it contains only eight short songs.
Molekos little touch is jam-packed with teething. Perhaps it was time to be an adult?
the Cover to Barbara Molekos third album, 'I am strong', which is published five years after its predecessor, 'Bapsz'.