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Svala - The Real Me - CD Review

Svala's the hottest export from Iceland since Bjork!
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Svala - The Real Me - CD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

Hey girls, check your rear-view cuz Svala's on the road to stardom. The talented Icelandic singer's CD, The Real Me is about to drop and it's full of dance tracks and heart-warming love songs.

Svala

Priority (2001)

Hey girls, check your rear-view cuz Svala's on the road to stardom. She's talented, she's young and she's beautiful and her CD, The Real Me is about to drop. The Real Me is the Icelandic singer's first CD and it's full of dance tracks and heart-warming love songs. It's pop and R&B straight up.

The catchy first single and titletrack, The Real Me, sets the vibe for the album. You've probably heard it cuz it's been spinning on tons of dance radio stations. Most of the tracks are about love and relationships and stuff that's near and dear to your heart.

Svala's dance songs are great but she also shines on her ballads. She's got a great set of pipes and she knows how to chime both bitter and sweet. Other funky dance tracks (aside from The Real Me) include All About You and the soulful feel-good, You To Me Are Everything. I really like the sassy don't-mess-with-me attitude of Count to Four. On the romantic side - Falling not only showcases Svala's vocals, but it gets us where we live.

If you like pop music by the likes of Britney and Jessica or if ya dig R&B, then I think you'll like the grooves on Svala's The Real Me. And it's no wonder. Svala shares some of the musical talents behind Ricky Martin, 98 Degrees and Britney. The Real Me hit stores September 25, 2001. Iceland's been keeping her a secret for awhile now - but lookout North America, here she comes!

Rating:4

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