Los Angeles is a pop-infused track that shines, drawing comparisons to performers like Pink and Kelly Clarkson. There is a massive vocal range captured during this effort, one that is highlighted through intelligent instrumentation. The vocal delivery of Amanda Grace here is dusky, intricate, and ultimately familiar.
The driving tempo of the composition is the perfect backdrop for each lyric; a sizzling guitar and on-point drum unite to make something powerful. Los Angeles is given a boost with the inclusion of the fiery flow of Prime Blaq. The rapper comes in like a ball of fire, knocks out some intense bars, and provides the oomph that Grace needs to kick Los Angeles into an entirely higher plateau. The shifting and changing instrumentation that concludes Los Angeles further tattoos the melodies into the minds and hearts of listeners.
The mélange of styles – singer-songwriter and rap – make for a track that is destined to rocket up the charts. The smooth, soaring vocal delivery of Amanda Grace is given an entirely deeper subtext when included alongside the street-savvy lyrical content of Prime Blaq. Together, these two performers are able to make a sterling ode to Los Angeles in a smart upgrade to previous works like L.A. Woman (The Doors) and Under the Bridge (Red Hot Chili Peppers). The production of Los Angeles allows these elements to work together flawlessly, with each side working together to establish a track that will receive heavy airplay through NeuFutur headquarters for the foreseeable future.
For more information about Amanda Grace, her discography, and any other further news coming down the pipeline, visit her domain. Amanda’s Facebook is a great repository of information about her upcoming childrens’ album, Music Makes It Right.