I’m back, let me know what you think because my mom and husband are some haters.
So, daytime Ashlee was interviewed on a podcast…
At first listen, I thought it was OK. So, I took a break, said a prayer, meditated, did yoga, talked to my higher self then gave it another listen because I really really wanted to like this EP because I’ve liked other singles such as Borders (which was featured on Season 1, Episode 5 of Insecure).
Note: Didn’t I tell you guys Insecure has the best music ever? The last few music reviews have been connected to Insecure
I guess this is a good time to introduce you to St. Beauty
because you guys are probably middle-aged and it’s my responsibility to keep you abreast of millennial trends, you’re welcome. St. Beauty is a group composed of singers Alexe Belle and Isis Valentino who met while working at a boutique (because all talent is hidden in retail) then formed a group (obviously). I am fairly certain they are on Janelle Monae’s label but don’t quote me.
Anyway, I would describe this EP as fun and teeny-bopperish. If Urban Outfitters could produce an album, it would sound like this.
Obviously, I like Borders (I downloaded it after it premiered on Insecure). Caught and Tides are OK. I love Stone Mountain. Colors, Not Discuss It, and Lucid Dreams are… meh. Most importantly, they are super cute, have beautiful voices (like teenage angels), and I would like to come back as a combination of them in my next life. And, do you see their hair? Not relevant… Basically, I am saying I am happy I downloaded it on Spotify… because, it’s a fee I already pay for. But you guys know how fickle I am, the more I listen to it, the more I may like it… or not. Anyway, read my previous music review: Good For You.
Listen to the brief intro to my series and subscribe: Episode 1: They Told Me There Would Be Tea