Review Roundup

Review Roundup – Leanna Firestone, Lorelei Marcell, Dan Davidson & Madisyn Gifford

Several ultra catchy pop tracks and one country party anthem make up this week’s review roundup.

Leanna Firestone – “You Just Didn’t Like Me That Much”

TikTok is the new record label. In Leanna Firestone’s case, the social media platform has catapulted her career and resulted in massive streaming numbers. On “You Just Didn’t Like Me That Much,” the young singer-songwriter is endearingly candid as she looks back on a failed relationship. Firestone throws out all of the off the wall scenarios as to why her love didn’t last and settles on a simple answer. The song is matter of fact and Firestone’s tone is pure and charismatic.

Listen to “You Just Didn’t Like Me That Much” below.

Lorelei Marcell – “Love Me Back (Maybe Next Year)”

There’s something about the holiday season that brings a nostalgic feeling. In Lorelei Marcell’s case, as winter approaches she can’t help but pine for an ex. Marcell’s incredibly smooth and impressive vocals carry the track as she hopes that next year, she will have finally moved on. The soulful track is a must-listen this holiday season regardless of your current relationship status.

Listen to “Love Me Back (Maybe Next Year)” below.

Dan Davidson – “Girl Drinks Beer”

Rising Canadian country artist Dan Davidson is loving his low-maintenance lover on new single, “Girl Drinks Beer.” The upbeat, catchy track is the perfect party anthem and cleverly lists the reasons why his country girl is as good as it gets. Davidson’s buddy Travis Collins takes on the second verse as he reiterates why a girl who drinks beer is undeniably sexy. Plus, he must save a lot of money on fancy cocktails and wine. Davidson’s voice is clear, commercial and just gritty enough that it gives him an edge.

Listen to “Girl Drinks Beer” below.

Madisyn Gifford – “Hospital Beds”

Pop newcomer Madisyn Gifford has completely gone off the deep end when it comes to her infatuation with a love interest. On “Hospital Beds” Gifford dreams of all the dramatic ways she could possibly get a dude’s attention. The humorous track will likely resonate with many young teens who have unrealistic views of what love actually is. Gifford is targeting a demo so perfectly that she will undoubtedly achieve viral success.

Listen to “Hospital Beds” below.

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