In the nearly five years that have passed since the first låtsläppet have Cherrie developed into a star in the modern american R&B. With their personal lyrics, cool attitude, and atmospheric beats she is much closer to hip hop than classic soul, and songs like ”Leave him,” have become anthems for young women. Live has however, Cherrie often made a lojt and sloppy impression.
So fun when she has done a great boost ahead of their current tour. Cherrie has now not only a dj company on the scene, but also a string quartet, a keyboardist and a backup singer, no less than Sabina Ddumba. The arrangements are faithful to the sound on the recordings but offers an extra shine, a little more life and color. Cherrie sings with authority, joy, and focus, and the many mellansnacken is charmingly personal.
Cherries strongest songs are strategically placed: the concert begins with the gorgeous ”Dear child”, the catchy hit ”163 forever” will be an explosive encore and her most powerful song ”Never again (feel like that)” is placed in the middle, and grows to a duet between Cherrie and Sabina Ddumba. This melts the bottomless kärlekssorg, powerful determination, dance-like rhythms and a blazing chorus together to form an epic whole.
the creative förbandskonceptet: a larger number of artists may make their own cards but not more than uplifting set, which makes the evening feel almost like a small festival. All are young women, a score in itself. Showit is an energetic rapper with a wonderfully merciless flow. Even Jelassi is a rapper with a lot of energy, but with a more vivid image and nice during choruses. Molly Hammar creates variety, with its gitarrförstärkta R&B and big voice. She jumps into Cherries concert, and lift the ”Leave him”.
The last öppningsakten, 17-year-old Norwegian rapper Musti, visits also Cherrie when ”163 forever” to be burned, and charms the audience not so much through their rap, which, by the proud facetimea with his mother from the scene. More familjemys it becomes of Cherries little brother, rapper C27, shows up and in front of the duet ”the Family” with Cherrie.
Rarely is a R&B concert as well and bjussig like this, and rarely is an evening at Berns so constantly filled with warm love.