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      Mine Right Now
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      Don't Kill My Vibe
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Jun 07, 2019

Sigrid, Converse And Levis To Fight The Rules Of Pop

Do you remember Christine in Lady Bird? Charlie, Sam and Patrick from The Perks of Being a Wallflower? Juno in Juno? Different characters who share a common environment: young teenagers who find it hard to live in a society that doesn’t truly accepts them. These children with a rare vision and enormous personality showed their weirdo side, yearning for some freedom and desire to escape the reality they lived and be understood. Is not this the story that many of us have lived? There is a reason why we like these characters so much: we feel ourselves in them. '' Oh, you just want me to be / Sweeter, better, angel, yeah (...) Pictures, numbers, figures, yeah / Deeper, smarter / And I'll just try to be me ''. This is how "Business Diners" starts, the tenth song of Sigrid's first album, entitled Sucker Punch. An immaculate washed face, white and freckled, no make-up on, a shirt of a Dutch airline, mum-style jeans (they look like Levis) and some Converse. An image that could well be that of a protagonist of any independent film focused on the world of a unique teenager. This is how Sigrid Solbakk Raabe, Sigrid, appears before us. It looks like the clothes of any young girl, and that's the way it is. It has been a couple of years since this Norwegian appeared in the music scene, and her teen image has been a constant. No clue of bodies, glitters, boots the-ones-that-look-like-socks, in short: no pop diva paraphernalia for this young promise who is only 23 years old. Sigrid offers her “commonness” as a weapon to capture the attention of the world and as her personality badge. Exactly, how is it that something that looks common transmits originality to us? The reason is that apparently it is fashionable not to be fashionable and in the pop-feminine world that means not being the typical pop-start. Numerous singers do not adapt to this image anymore, rather they create their own mini-diva, defining their vision in order to show their essence. Examples: Robyn, Kali Uchis, Dua Lipa, Lorde ..., a stage full of small (and not so small) aspiring to the Olympian world of pop. In this way, it is fashionable to be unique and, therefore, more difficult to achieve as time goes by. Sigrid campaigns with a message that dictates that she is different from the rest, using her candidness and adolescent attitude away from frivolities. Normality is hrt shield to lean on, and as much as this can be strange to us, this seems a rarity today. With her energetic, fresh and professional debut, our protagonist not only talks about not becoming another pretty face, but that she goes beyond as she does not want to be a product anymore, signing a clear intention to be herself and not fall into the industry claws. Put on your best clothes, I mean, your best Converse and jeans, this is Sigrid and Sucker Punch.

Written by @FerSP from Fernando Sempere
Jun 07, 2019

Pop Newcomer Sigrid Packs A Strong Punch With Fiery Debut Record

I’ve been a fan of Sigrid for a little over 2 years now. This was another classic case of me discovering an artist who nobody seems to know. Her debut single “Don’t Kill My Vibe” had just been released and it was gaining quite the bit of traction almost immediately. I knew from the first time I heard it, that Sigrid would be something special. She continued on releasing those bouncy in-your-face pop hits that she would soon be known for including clothing store soundtrack hit “Plot Twist” and personal favorite “Fake Friends.” (I found a connection with the song for various reasons that I would rather not discuss right now.) What is important is that this was a new and exciting artist in the realm of pop. She wasn’t quite a mainstream queen, and she still isn’t, but her abilities are undeniable. Her unique, scratchy vocals, along with her head banging, clap-inducing sound work together so well that I know in no time she could reach even higher limits. Now that we finally have the release of Sigrid’s official debut album Sucker Punch, I have no doubt that people will start to find her and understand her greatness. I know I spent those two years recommending her to every person who was willing to listen. On my blog, I even included her in a yearly segment that I do featuring new artists, and for my 2018 version of the list, she was my No. 1 artist because I know she deserves to be at stadium status one day. Sure, that’s quite the prediction, but I stand by it. And with that, we must dive into the project.

Jun 04, 2019

A Sucker Punch For The Self-Esteem

I come from a culture where we have learned over the centuries that is worth more a gesture of humility than an extreme demonstration of self-esteem because you run the serious risk of appearing arrogant. When you are one step away from pleasing, or get people on their nerves, it is better to stop and think what would be better? I think It would be better to please than leaving the impression that you still do not walk and you pretend to appear you run at full speed, it would serve so that people do not evade you and want to return to be with you in future meetings. I understand that sometimes mistakes are made involuntarily and that it is inevitable to slip and cause people to have misconceptions about you, but when it is done frequently, it is no longer a mistake. Of course, self-confidence is important to achieve everything you set out to do; however, a public demonstration of self-sufficiency and trying to prove at all costs that you are brilliant, charming and virtuous usually causes the opposite effect. It is very common for a musician who is part of the orchestra to end up wanting to give lessons to the director and, believe me, that never ends well. It is very interesting and instructive to resort to the graphics memory and discographic memory of the great musicians of all times and, in most cases, we see that their beginnings were a lot of work and a total disposition to entertain and please the public at that they wanted to address, with humility and total dedication, they never took haughty attitudes or pretended to think that they were worth simply to exist and that, at the first song, everyone should be at their feet. On the contrary, aware that this race is long and difficult, and that the recognition is not deserved, but conquered, they fought tirelessly for many years to demonstrate what they were and finally achieved recognition. Probably many of those stars became characters unattainable for many and arrogant for others after conquering success, but that is another story and belongs to another moment of their careers. The point is that when you intend to start a career in whatever, it is better to adopt a humble position and go little by little conquering the love and appreciation for our work based on humility and the willingness to learn from those who have more time in this, to then reap triumphs and satisfaction along all the way. The first time I saw Sigrid on British television, she caught my attention, after a minute of her performance I thought: "where does that attitude come from?" Two minutes later I did not know if I would stop seeing her and just listen to the song. Near the end of the song, I said: "I think it needs a long time before she can take these poses." And during the interview, I was convinced that Sigrid pretends to be recognized before starting and forgets that the first thing she has to do is convince.

Written by @JorgeDiaz from Electro Arpegio

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