This was catchy, really. And not “ugh-I-can’t-get-this-song-out-of-my-head-catchy”, but “wow-this-is-awesome-catchy”. Right Now is the kind of song you are a bit sceptical about when you first hit the Play button – but which you fall in love with about 10 seconds later, when Stormboyer chips in with his rapping session.
You know that feeling you get when you are falling in love and all the blood is rushing rapidly through your entire body? When you just want to seize every single second of what’s happening in you? Well, Right Now is like that. It feels full of life and emotion. It’s a rushing song that gets you and then sticks to your memory the way only super-hits do.
I love it. I would definitely bet my money on Mary Keey should she continue to pull off songs like this one. It’s been a long time since I’ve listened to a new artist so unique and refreshing – my hope in tomorrow’s EDM has just been restored!
Don’t get fooled by the smooth intro of Awake – this song is not a ballad, it’s a true energy bomb that gets infused in your veins as soon as you listen to it!
I think Mary Keey has an amazing voice and the amazing ability of bringing together diverse music genres and style. This is probably why her tunes sound so unique and refreshing, as compared to everything else out there – and Awake makes no exception whatsoever.
Awake is a song about feeling good – and it will make you feel good every second of it. From the smooth, angelic intro to the upbeat rhythms of the entire song, there’s something about this tune that just made me want to hit the repeat button. All in all, Awake sounds like a combination of Madonna’s Hung Up days and Tomorrowland’s vibe – just the right mix if you want something to really make you feel awake.
Yes, I’m giving Mary Keey my thumbs up for a piece that makes me feel full of energy. For a piece that makes me want to feel like really partying all night long!
It’s not often that you hear a tune that brings together traditional Japanese music, EDM, drumstep and a female voice that leaves you breathless. And yet somehow, Mary Keey pulls it off more than gracefully. Made in Japan is a captivating song that speaks about love – and about the strength one needs to love as well.
Vibrant and full of emotion, Made in Japan has a tune goes perfectly with the idea behind the song as well. This is one of the most original pieces heard in a while – and definitely is recommend it to anyone who is into music that actually says something. Memorable, sentimental and powerful, this is the kind of song you want to listen to when you want to feel strong and full of energy.
With a fresh and unique style, Mary Keey is the kind of artist you will truly remember once you listen to her songs – and Made in Japan has just the right amount of personality to make you want to listen to Mary Keey’s pieces again and again.