Chrisy Nova – Love Is Dead: A Jolted Allegory

The debris of what he used to be was found nowhere around the new him. This song hints at the richness of Chrisy’s trans-angelic imagination and astounding creativity. This music is a dark fantastic life story of the artist’s love life, presumably. It’s more about a reminiscent of a good-gone-bad love situation which had just recently occurred.

The singer “Chrisy Nova” has recently released his debut EP “Embryo” which is set to be followed by a further EP later in the year and his first studio album towards the end of 2018. As the first stage of his growth as a musician, Embryo represents Chrisy’s evolution from childhood to adulthood.

Drawing inspiration from life experiences as an identifying gay male, each song on the EP discusses various struggles experienced by Chrisy himself throughout his life, such as identifying as gay in a religious household and the journey of discovering the person you’re growing into, something that all people can identify with.

“Love is dead” is one of the outstanding piece of work by the artist in his EP album.

Chrisy’s sound and imagery is majorly influenced by likes of Lady Gaga and Azealia Banks. The artist’s song writing is invigorated by a headlong rush of narratives, exploring episodic shifts of tone at each interval. Chrisy Nova’s music can be described as dance music with a dark twist and an artistic edge.

The artist’s irresistible vocal is melodic and still fine-tuned. “Love Is dead” can be categorized as a pop electro music. The exultant sound of the song and the low percussion beat is what’s waiting on to enwrap anybody that listens to the song.

It’s quite a slow cool pop music that’s definitely hard to dislike. The Artist’s amazing vocals even settles the score here.

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