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Music Monday Analytics: Glorilla, Ice Spice, Luh Tyler & 2Rare


4.5 out of 5 stars

In collaboration with Ice Spice, PinkPantheress released Boy’s a Liar Pt. 2 two months after the original. With female artists on the rise, it’s always great to see amazing artists team up for a dope collaboration. The production of the song feels rather futuristic which is very uptempo and fun. PinkPantheress’ vocals however add a feel of early 2000’s r&b/pop. It is definitely something that you can put on repeat a few times and just enjoy. This was an Ice Spice verse that we never knew we needed. From the delivery down to the arrangement of the lyrics, everything came together well for the perfect 28-second verse. The visuals for the song are just as simple and fun as the audio itself. This is a collaboration that will definitely be played throughout the year. At only 2 minutes and 11 seconds, you’ll definitely wish it was longer.


4 out of 5 stars

Before even being released officially, the 11-second sound to this song was used over 185,000 times on TikTok. 2Rare is a budding artist who isn't new to having sounds go viral. New York’s very own French Montana was spotted doing the challenge alongside 2Rare back in January. The energy in this song is definitely Jersey Inspired and fun. It happens to be inspired by Silk’s 1999 track, “Meeting in My Bedroom” which can be very connecting for different generations. 2Rare does a great job at making classic ’90s songs feel modern and fitting for a party. This is a track that will continue to rack up sound uses on Tiktok. A video will definitely be needed for the dancers out here so be on the lookout.


5 out of 5 stars

Living in an era of heavy media influence this song was absolutely needed. The first thing said was “You can be who you wanna be, live how you wanna live, stunt how you wanna stunt.” Online any image you want can be portrayed, but she went on to say in real life .. that’s just it you can’t pretend. The internet is a place where everyone is given a voice and has the opportunity to say things that they may never in real life. With the heavy influence Glorilla has at the moment, it’s important to remind people that reality is real. One of her main points was to not believe everything you see on the internet. She also addressed the fact that a lot of people tend to tell on themselves by trying to often impress the internet. This song is incredibly catchy, not to mention the visuals were above and beyond for creativity. Gorilla continues to noticeably elevate with every release and it’s a sight to see.


4 out of 5 stars

Florida Teen Luh Tyler has been making waves through the music world lately. In just 2 days the visuals of “Dennis” have been viewed over a quarter million times. There are so many various sound effects at the beginning of this track that draws your attention to keep listening. This is a song you’d want to hear played in a car because of the incredible bass in it. The beat has a bit of variety to it although it’s only 2 and a half minutes. With his cadence plus incredible visuals, this may be the track to boost Luh Tyler’s recognition. It is also catchy and I can imagine it being played in a big party/club scene. This song has without a doubt earned a spot on a gym playlist. Ironically, the theme and name of the visuals seem to be inspired by former NBA player Dennis Rodman. I’ll be sure to tune into more from Luh Tyler in the future.


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