Review: "Dangerous" - Connr
This electropop single by Connr, titled "Dangerous," should be added to everyone's playlist. It is incredibly catchy, and the production is to die for. The harmonizations sound so dreamy and bring me back to the early to mid-2010s. A fond nostalgia washes over me when I listen to the production of this track. My favorite part has got to be the bridge. I love the breakdown and the spelling out of the word "dangerous." At its core, this piece is a classic pop song, in the most complimentary way possible.
Within seconds of listening, my brain immediately got reminded of Troye Sivan's first single, "Happy Little Pill." This track has the same electronic pop sound to it. I absolutely love it. "Dangerous" sings of feelings towards someone, identifying yourself as dangerous because of it. You are so infatuated with this person that even though maybe you should stay clear, you can't tear your gaze away from them. They, however, might be a little more hesitant to speak to you despite feeling the same exact way. This song is trying to convince them to be dangerous with you instead of denying themselves the luxury.
Connr is an Alabama-based rising artist. She has loved music since before she could utter a word, and began songwriting at the ripe age of 14. She studied at Loyola University New Orleans. She plays local gigs and absolutely rocks them, her vocal talents and stage presence shining through. Dangerous is the second single she has released to date, teasing it on her Instagram before its release.
Written By Emma Kimberli