Natalie’s “Evil” Challenges Societal Norms with Hypnotic Soundscapes

With her latest single, “Evil,” anti-genre artist Natalie pushes the boundaries of pop music. The song features a creeping bell melody and a driving bassline that breaks away from pop traditions. The intricate production features the clever use of foley and vocal chopping for a truly immersive experience.

Lyrically, “Evil” satirizes the notion of sapphic desire as sinful, adopting almost a demonic perspective to mock societal norms. Natalie aims to bring focus to the messy and chaotic reality of lesbian hook-up culture and the factors surrounding it.

Natalie burst onto the music scene in 2018 with her debut EP “Shameful” and has since gained recognition from notable music publications. Her music has been featured on popular Spotify playlists, and she has experience supporting artists like Trevor Daniel and Asian Doll.

With “Evil,” Natalie has solidified her place as a standout artist, unafraid to challenge societal norms with her hypnotic soundscapes


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Written by LandonBuford Staff

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