Nori Nori “Whiskey” review: What I like is that Adrienne immediately serves us vocals from the beginning to the end of the track. A lot of new artist intros are to long for my personal taste but I like the opening to this track. This is a very sexy and fun track but I would’ve liked for the vocals to have been a bit faster for this produced track. The quality and tone of Adrienne’s voice is great, you can feel her confidence oozing off the track. This songs makes me want to dance and move. I immediately wanted to stand up while listening to this track. Although this is a fun record this will go well to be blended in with album cuts. I have been a personal fan for years and she definitely has what it takes to have a break out recording career. When you check out her youtube channel and instagram you will hear her kill cover tracks. I want more from Adrienne when it comes to original cuts. She is right on the cusp of penning that break out track. I like what she is doing and I love where she is headed. Keep working Adrienne, you are winning!
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The young singer-songwriter draws influences from each city she’s lived in- Chattanooga, Philly, and Los Angeles. Her playful storytelling roots over galactic sounds keeps her music vibrant. She pairs her sultry, jazzy tones with horns and rhythmic grooves in “Don’t Delay” and “Top Shelf” and emerges her audience in a never-ending cyclone in singles “Whiskey” and “Popping”.