Review of Radioactive by Rita Ora
Rita Ora first came onto the music scene in February 2012 when she featured on the DJ Fresh single ‘Hot Right Now’ which went to number one. Although she has featured in other artists singles previously.
Her single ‘How we do’ has also been a huge success, and now her latest release ‘Radioactive’ is topping the charts and set to become another hit. Her style is a new up to date pop and it is no wonder she tops the charts as she has an amazing set of vocals, as well as range and style.
She is a mix between Rihanna and Beyonce with her style and look, and that can only be a good thing. I mean who wouldn’t want to be compared to two of the most successful women in the music industry ever.
This latest release is super catchy and when you watch the video you get to see how incredibly beautiful Rita Ora is. This song is so upbeat and the harmonies throughout are on point. It’s great to hear such an upbeat song and when I listened to it I just wanted to sing and dance along. The video is bright, and eye catching and fits perfectly with the tone of the song. It is definitely a song I’d have on my playlist to play before going out. When you listen to it it is just a simple song, but it has a huge impact on you when you hear it. The track is real up tempo and it is set to get anyone up out of their seat and dancing even if you aren’t a huge fan of her, this is sure to change your mind.
To be honest, it’s my favourite song that Rita Ora has released and I have heard by her so far, there is just something about it that makes it so easy to listen to. The simplicity of it is what makes it so big. It takes some artists a long time to come into the music industry and have hit after hit, whilst growing and gaining new followers. It appears with the help of Jay Z and Roc Nation to which she is signed to, she has the best teachers and help around.
‘Radioactive; is just another song in a long list of songs that is going to bring huge success to Rita Ora and her career. She is super talented and an all round artist and she never fails to surprise me.
Review by Natalie Combey-Yildiz