Review: "Snake" - Natali Noor
Have you ever pressed play on a new song and immediately went 'DAMN!', because it was instantly catchy? 'Snake' by Natali Noor is one of those songs. Starting off strong with an incredibly captivating and dark beat, Natali sings of letting go of a toxic and negative relationship. Referring to a previous lover as a 'Snake', Natali aims to inspire women to not take crap from anyone; be the powerful and badass being that were born to be. Don't let destructive people turn you into someone you're not.
Natali said that 'Snake' basically wrote itself after she had woken up in the middle of the night, thinking that a snake was in her bed. She interpreted the snake to be her ex, who wasn't necessarily the greatest person. This moment in time gave her the reassurance she needed; that the relationship wasn't worth her time or tears. And so became the song 'Snake', that was written and produced in studio the very next day after this occurrence. Featuring lyrics that are in Farsi, Natali hypnotizes you with her haunting scandi-pop inspired melodies. With a prominent electro-pop beat to the likes of Charli XCX, you can't help but move with the groove of the perfectly crafted song.
Natali Noor is a Swedish-Iranian artist who is a musical chameleon who describes herself as a dance-pop femme fatale. She writes, composes, produces and performs many of her songs single-handedly. She's also no stranger to writing and producing music for other artists as well. Natali was named Spotify's first ever RADAR songwriter and has had the incredible privilege of being featured on a billboard in New York City's infamous Times Square. With almost 60,000 monthly listeners on Spotify, Natali is for sure one to watch. Also check out her other song released this year, 'Policeman'.
Written By Kaitlyn Nicole