Yes, this ‘Boom Clap’ by Charli XCX review still asserts that she sounds more like Gwen Stefani. But no one can contest the fact that it is the time for this British singer and songwriter to shine. This single will help make that happen. Now, get ready to hear more of her as she starts conquering the air waves and music charts.
She has easily nailed her part in the popular song ‘Fancy’ by Iggy Azalea. She also upstaged Icona Pop in the song ‘I Love It.’ Pop radio would be hers and it will not be surprising. This single will be her first as a solo artist after a couple of collaboration with other acts.
As the title suggests, there are booms and claps in the song. Those give way to a somehow amibient and reflective synth pop. The verses are brief but are noticeably simmering effortlessly due to her nonchalant vocal prowess drowned in throbbing synth bass. Then, her natural voice suddenly ascends into the quirky sounding chipmunk territory especially in the chorus. Moreover, this song becomes a bubblegum pop that disguises itself as no less than an indie track.