[REVIEW] Florrie – Real Love

By Ashleigh Clarke - Reporter

Grasping the metaphorical handlebars of the Pop scene, Florrie is bound to set records high and take the world by storm with her new single ‘Real love’, co-written and produced by Joacim Persson, with influences made by Robyn and Miley Cyrus as well.

The British singer/songwriter makes sure everyone knows that she is the one in control, the one calling the shots; from her lyrics to her fashion aesthetic. Florrie has signed a global deal with major company – Sony and has garnered countless air time and radio play following a series of independent releases, truly showing her potential.

The single itself is catchy, upbeat with whimsical undertones and imaginative electro-pop beats. It flows in a dream like trance, definitely a song for when you just want to chill out or have on in the background when you potter your way through your day.

NME has described her music as ‘world beating pop’ and Radio 1 who made her last releases their ‘Future Superstar’ and ‘Next Hype’, calling her the next future pop star. Her talent and dominance is something that is becoming rarer each day, and I for one would definitely like to see where this takes her, I know she has more to give.

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