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  • Isabel Mays

Review: “DISTORTED” - 4th Impact

Breakups. No one enjoys going through one, but they can offer the chance to open your eyes to your own self-worth. 4th Impact, a musical group formed by four sisters, released their new song “DISTORTED,” and the message is one that many may relate to. The song is a powerhouse of energy and empowerment, and on more than one occasion, it got me wanting to dance around. Listen, if you ever need some kind of confidence boost, whether it’s for your relationship or just for your own self-confidence, give this song a listen. Four strong voices, each with their own unique ranges and tones, came together to create an explosion of talent. I loved it.

This song was really fun to listen to. As far as its style goes, it very much has K-Pop energy. As someone who isn’t the biggest fan of K-Pop, if it sounds anything like “DISTORTED,” I may become a fan of it pretty quickly. I also want to talk about the vocals, which were easily my favorite element of this song. It’s insane how each sister is so incredibly talented, and they each brought something fun and unique to the table! The harmonies are addictive to listen to, and they take up a good majority of the song. So, I quickly fell in love with it.

Like I said earlier, 4th Impact is a group comprised of sisters Almira, Irene, Mylene, and Celina Cercado. The group, formerly known as 4th Power, are well-known for their time on the X Factor UK, where their rendition of Jessie J’s “Bang Bang” went viral, surpassing over 190 million views on the X Factor UK YouTube channel. The sisters have traveled all over the world, singing their music to their vast fanbase. They have even gotten to open for artists such as Boyzone and Rita Ora! While their style of music is classified as P-Pop (Filipino pop) rather than K-Pop, I say that anyone who is an avid K-Pop fan would love their music. It’s unique, energetic, impactful, and overall… extremely well done. I hope to get to listen to more of their music in the future, and I can’t wait to see how they evolve as a group.

Written By Isabel Mays



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