Review: ‘Love, Kylie’ – Kylie Morgan

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Kylie Morgan

Morgan has bounded onto the scene with feisty record, Love, Kyliewhich is packed full of life advice and personal stories of love and family. Produced by Shane McAnally and Ben Johnson the collection opens with the explosive Shoulda which boasts a catchy and rhythmic chorus. The country-pop sounds of the lead track are supported by a big production that compliments the melody perfectly, the themes of regret after a relationship, resonates with fans. She stays with the upbeat country-pop beat with her latest single I Only Date Cowboys which was inspired by her fiancé Jay. Her vocals are flawlessly suited to this cross-over sound with the power she possesses reminiscent of Carrie Underwood. Meanwhile, there are a couple of heartfelt songs that really add depth and maturity to the EP; Mad I Need You is the most vulnerable track on the record as Morgan explores the themes of being both madly in love and fiercely independent at the same time. The songwriting is exceptional and McAnally and Johnson have perfectly brought this record to life, particularly on Outdoor Voices where the string arrangements help it to take off and soar mid-way through. 

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