Natali Felicia: Say It Single Review

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Swedish singer Natali Felicia is an exciting talent who already has a host of impeccable tunes underneath her belt. In fact she’s a prominent public figure in Sweden. Felicia has been consistently in the public eye as the daughter of Kjell Bergqvist, arguably Sweden’s most famous actor, and the fashionista and TV personality Yvonne Ryding, who as Miss Sweden won the Miss Universe crown in 1984.

Natali is no stranger to the music industry, way back in 2015 she found herself signed to Universal Music and released a trio of tantalising tunes on that label. These singles being Used To Be, Easy Ride and Ride, the latter proving a tearaway hit clocking up over 2.6 million streams on Spotify.

As we entered 2017, Natali Felicia found herself signed to label AntiFragile Music and at this moment in time she’s released 2 singles these being Run Like The River and Clap Hands. Aside from all of that last Friday (3rd November) saw this sensational singer unveil her brand new sing Say It. I’ve had this song on constant repeat and I’m greatly impressed with what I was hearing. Say It is a mesmerising piece of pop perfection, Felicia’s dreamy vocals left me captivated whilst the well written lyrics had anthem like qualities. The chorus also urges the listener to speak up and “Say It now” without fear.

Regarding the single Natali says, “‘Say It’ is simply a song about people uniting to be stronger together. I wanted to paint a vision of people joining forces ready to speak up and fight together – as we are and will always be stronger together”.

Felicia is gearing up to release her debut album, which is a stunning body of work featuring huge cinematic soundscapes and dramatic glacial tones. It’s influenced by the current world’s turmoil and the singer’s personal experiences within it. This is a record that showcases in glorious detail Natali as one of the smartest and most interesting new voices emerging from Stockholm today.

You can purchase Say It from iTunes

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