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  • Chantal Charles

Review: "Now or Never" - Myah

The latest release by artist Myah, “Now or Never” is an angsty and catchy post-breakup track. The song explores life after separating from someone you loved and how a lot of that love is hard to move away from. “Now or Never” is a great portrayal of the youthful nature of relationships, and how navigating the aftermath of said relationships can make you feel lost and scrambling. While the nature of this song is very blue, the energy it gives off contrasts this emotion and instead is very sonically uplifting. It’s a great thing to do, create a breakup song that doesn’t necessarily sound like a traditional breakup track, and I think Myah has executed this task perfectly.

There are a lot of classic alternative elements in “Now or Never” and this contributes to the tension in the lyrical content. You can hear this in the guitar tones chosen for this track and how well they blend with the production style. Myah has such a great voice that you could never grow tired of it. You can even hear this in the background harmonies that bring so much warmth to the track. The chorus is a lot of fun, even if lyrically it’s still very tragic, you can still find yourself jamming out during this section. Myah certainly has an anthem with “Now or Never” and it’s a great introduction to who Myah is as an artist and it leaves you excited to see what else she can do.

Myah is an artist originally from South Florida. Who started making music from an early age. She is very much inspired by other artists such as The National, Talking Heads, Modest Mouse, Twenty One Pilots, and more. Myah is a big fan of storytelling and exploring her life through her music. Myah is an artist whose musical style feels so nostalgic yet fresh at the same time and I’m intrigued to see what else she can produce. Myah’s debut album will be released in August 2024 so keep your eyes open for that, but until then listen to “Now or Never” and everything else Myah has out.

Written By Chantal Charles


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