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Svala - The Real Me - Song Review

There's a new girl in town and her name's Svala!
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Svala - The Real Me - Song Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

You might not know who Svala is yet but it probably won't be long. The Icelandic pop singer's first song, The Real Me has dropped. Find out how the song measures up and hear it for yourself.

Svala

Priority (2001)

You might not know who Svala is yet but it probably won't be long. The Icelandic pop singer's first single, The Real Me has dropped.

Svala sings about a girl who wants a guy to take some time out to get to know her, and hopefully reel him in. It's not a get up and shake your booty song, but it's not a mellow ballad either - it's somewhere in between.

Svala's got some talented vocal cords and has the ability to sing in different ranges. She may just have what it takes to make it in a world full of young female pop stars. The Real Me has a good beat and a nice acoustic guitar loop throughout the song. There's also a dash of digital in parts and Svala's voice takes on an electronica feel. Overall it's a blend of pop and R&B.

People will like The Real Me cuz it's catchy and upbeat and it's a song they can relate to. Svala's debut album, also called The Real Me, will be released in the fall of 2001. Keep your eyes open for this one. It's not just Svala's great vocals that shine - she also had a great team of producers work on the album. Producers like Swedish duo, Anders Bagge and Arnthor Birgisson, who's credits include Ricky Martin and 98 Degrees, and producer Ian Morrow, who's worked with Seal and Wet Wet Wet. Jorgen Elofsson - writer of Britney Spears' (You Drive Me) Crazy and Sometimes also wrote Falling with Svala.

Rating:4

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