TITANIUM-MUSIC REVIEW.

titanium

Sia Kate Isobelle Furler is an Australian singer,song writer,record producer and a video music director too. She started her career as a singer in the local Adelaide in the middle of 1997. Sia has collaborated with many people, including Kylie Minogue, Rihanna, Katy Perry, and David Guetta, writing numerous chart topping hits. One  of the most disgusting, degrading pieces of pop music debuted onto Vimeo,  Timbaland’s track featuring Pitbull, Will.I.Am., and David Guetta. Guetta gracefully redeems himself by teaming up with one of our generation’s most admirable singer Sia to deliver “Titanium,” a genuine song along the lines of the self-empowerment anthems that have become a staple within the pop genre.

Sia has been writing honest and emotional lyrics for years now, so it comes as no surprise that lines like “Cut me down, but it’s you who’ll have further to fall. Ghost town, haunted love.” and “I’m bulletproof, nothing to lose, fire away, fire away. ricochet, you take your aim, fire away, fire away. You shoot me down, but I won’t fall, I am titanium”  fit right in with Sia’s catalog of music and are written and vocally delivered in a genuine and humanistic manner that allows the vocal tracks to give power to Guetta’s production. In regards to mixing, it’s an in your face kind of track, making it’s presence loudly known, especially in regards to the kick sample. However, while the dynamic range of the track doesn’t sound like it’s much to play with, Guetta gives the track great integrity by remaining creative to the song as a whole by giving vocals a dash of reverb throughout the run of “Titanium” and even chorusing, delaying, chopping up, and playing with the lead vocal and panning several of the harmony tracks.During the year 2012 “TIIANIUM” won the song of the year award in APRA[Australasian performing right association.

-Alexandria Rinaldi-

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