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Review: "Radio" - Charlotte Adelle

It's no debate that the world we live in now-a-days revolves around technology. Most of us are very guilty of spending the majority of the day staring at a screen. The biggest problem in society, especially today, is the major influence that people on the internet and tv have on us. We feel the need to look a certain way, act a certain way, and live a certain type of lifestyle in order for others to like us. Movie stars and Instagram models give us unrealistic expectations for ourselves. Charlotte Adelle touches on this subject with her satirical new single, "Radio". Although the song is light-hearted and humorous, it's still sending out an important message about the toxic culture of social media.

"Radio" is a pop track through-and-through. It has a beat and groove that stays consistent and makes you want to dance. Charlotte has the most perfect, bright and angelic vocal tone for an upbeat pop anthem like this. The production quality is highly noticeable, and funny enough, it sounds like a song that belongs on the radio. The style is very reminiscent of early 2010's commercial pop and reminds me of the likes of Carly Rae Jepsen mixed with Katy Perry. If that's your vibe, this song is the perfect jam to add to your Summer playlist while you're driving around with the windows down.

Charlotte Adelle is an artist based in Sydney, Australia. She is first an foremost a producer and an audio engineer and currently works at Universal Music's Forbes Street Studios with some of Australia's top talents like Thelma Plum, Erica Padilla, ULA, and Ayesha Madon. "Radio" is Charlottes debut song as a solo artist, in which she wrote, produced, mixed and engineered all on her own. It's also the first single off of her upcoming EP, "I Am Not a God". She also plans on touring around Sydney and serving as a supportive act for a handful of artists throughout the rest of 2023.

Written By Kaitlyn Nicole



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