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Review: "Boyz Talk" - Efi Gjika



"Boyz Talk" is a new single released by Efi Gjika on June 23, 2023. The track captures the teenage girl angst, confusion, hope, and frustration of relationships with boys. Boys think they understand girls, but truthfully, they often miss the mark. Here, Gjika explores these experiences and emotions in an energetic, electrifying song. Her vocals shine bright backed by catchy pop rhythms that make you feel empowered and like dancing. The storytelling in the lyricism encapsulates experiences that many listeners can resonate with. If you're looking for the next song of the summer, this one is a good place to start.



Teenage love can be so messy and difficult and hard to figure out. In this track, Gjika aims to speak to girls that have ever felt silenced or devalued in their relationship. For the boys that don't quite make these girls feel seen and heard. The uplifting message radiates through the pop-rock sounds created with exciting guitar riffs and strong vocals. It's a song that you scream, dance, and just vibe along to. She sings about boys lying about their experiences like "You made up stories that we kissed / You told them we were holding hands" and spilling all their moments to their friends. The song means to channel every girl's strength and build their self-worth, which Gjika does so powerfully.


Efi Gjika is an Albanian singer-songwriter who takes inspiration from artists like Taylor Swift, Ava Max, and One Direction. Here, in "Boyz Talk," she has showcased her strengths in the relatability of her lyrics and anthemic production. This recent single continues her theme of positive energy for the year 2023. It is no wonder that Gjika has already amassed over 20,000 monthly listeners on Spotify. If this track was an enjoyable listen, don't forget to click on the links to her social media platforms below so that you can keep up with all the latest updates on her music. I am excited to see what comes next.


Written By Sydney Gray



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