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Review: "Just for Fun" - Langva

In the current era of streaming, songwriters need to be creative to stand out amongst other artists. A catchy pop song with a clever hook is one way to draw in the attention of listeners. Langva accomplishes this with his latest single, “Just for Fun”. The song is about a new relationship that has not yet been clearly defined. Langva is experiencing new feelings that he has never had with anyone else. He is clearly smitten with this person and is hopeful for their future. He admits that his partner may even “be the one” because they both know that “this isn’t just for fun”. He is confessing that this is not just a fling, but the real thing. He wants a true commitment, and he is hoping that his partner reciprocates these feelings.

“Just for Fun” is a cheerful pop song about confessing your love for your partner. The lighthearted lyrics perfectly matches the catchy synth beats. Langva made this song to perfectly encapsulate the happiness he is feeling when he thinks about his partner. His happiness and excitement are contagious. The lyrics, vocals, and production are so joyful that the listener cannot help but be in a good mood. Admitting your feelings is a delicate situation, yet Langva makes it feel so effortless. He is truly happy with his partner and wants to share that joy to his listeners. “Just for Fun” is a flawlessly crafted love song that can resonate with many listeners.

Langva is a singer-songwriter from Oslo, Norway. His debut single, “Sapiens” was released in 2018. Since then, he has released several singles and one EP. He takes inspiration from artists such as Tame Impala, Toro y Moi, Jakob Ogawa, and HOMESHAKE. Langva’s musical style is a combination of synth-pop, indie-pop, and R&B. He is currently signed by the independent Norway-based label, Toothfairy Label & Management. Langva has received airplay by Norwegian radio stations and is making a name for himself within his native country.

Written By Karlee Smith



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