The brand new music was impressed by basic 1977 track ‘Psycho Killer’ and explores the previous Disney darling’s improved vocal.
Selenators rejoice! After a lot teasing, Selena Gomez‘s new single “Dangerous Liar” is lastly right here, and it is undoubtedly well worth the wait. The monitor is an ideal summer time banger as it’s so catchy with heavy bass and clapping sound, backing Selena’s clean and candy vocal.
Some individuals might discover the music acquainted. That’s as a result of it has a putting similarity with rock band Speaking Heads’ basic music “Psycho Killer”. Selena’s label Interscope reportedly performed the music for the ’80s band’s guitarist David Byrne, and he favored it a lot. The sixty five-yr-previous guitarist “wholeheartedly gave his permission” to Selena to make use of the riff on the brand new monitor.
“I used to be strolling down the road the opposite day/ Making an attempt to distract myself/ Then I see your face/ Ooh, you bought another person/ Making an attempt to play it coy/ Making an attempt to make it disappear/ However identical to the battle of Troy/ There’s nothing delicate right here,” Selena sings about her being a nasty liar for hiding her jealousy.
Because the launch, followers have flooded the remark part of the audio on YouTube with love confession. A fan gushes, “She sound so totally different! Her vocals actually improved! That is so superb!” One other fan praises Selena’s candy voice, writing, “her voice is like cotton sweet clean and candy.” In the meantime, one other can’t disguise her pleasure, writing, “Holy f**okay I have been ready for this music. THIS IS F**KING AWESOME, Like it.”
“Dangerous Liar” is predicted to be featured on Selena’s upcoming album. Following the discharge, the pop star reportedly plans a surprise performance on the 2017 Billboard Music Awards on Might 21.
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