Along with Carnival music (loud, funky, sometimes funny, or even nonsense music) that's pretty much what I've been listening to.
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JACOB BROWN in TMagazine says:
"Curvaceous and pretty in a dress, she brims with catchy songs, all a bit retro, ironic and modern. Without straying too far off the pop grid, she’s the perfect antidote to Rihanna-Gaga overload — dare we say, a skinnier Adele, a more stable Amy Winehouse? Since posting “Video Games” to YouTube last summer, she’s amassed tens of millions of hits, sold out concerts to fashion’s who’s who and now, finally, has released her long-awaited album, which is currently No. 2 on the Billboard Top 200 in America, and No. 1 in Britain, Germany, Ireland, Switzerland and Austria. If you were going to manufacture a star for this moment, you’d manufacture her. Some people believe that’s precisely what happened."
I don't know about being or not manufactured (and I don't care much either). Besides her being gorgeous with all that vintage vibe going on, she has a nice voice, and her music is very easy to listening to, in my opinion. So making it short, I like it, I will probably will listening for a while, and then I might had enough of it and change for something else, or I can keep coming back to it. Only time will tell.
These are some of my favourites musics:
Born to die
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