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Review: Kfir – ‘Outta Love’

by admin August 26, 2020

Review: Kfir – ‘Outta Love’

New York-based artist Kfir has already been making a stir with his mix of haunting, intense, and often poetic songs. Born in Tirat Carmel, Israel, Kfir started his career as a professional ballet dancer. A graduate of the Royal Academy of Dance in London, Kfir danced around the world and on the biggest stages such as the Metropolitan Opera house in New York City and later in Andrew Lloyd Webber's ‘Phantom of The Opera’ on the US national tour, Vegas and Broadway productions.

It was a successful career, but one that Kfir began to outgrow, and soon he was looking to express himself beyond the world of dance. Making music was the next logical step in his creative evolution, and after refining his sound, he stepped out into a vibrant, new spotlight.

‘Outta Love’ is his latest standout single, a massive song that builds a powerful sense of anticipation and rewards the listener with passion and power. Opening with a string of ambient tones, ‘Outta Love’ begins with all focus on Kfir’s lyrics and soulful delivery. It’s immensely successful, bringing a clear emotional connection and a tactile sense of intrigue.

As the song continues, Kfir’s emotional delivery is met with a composed stream of string and synths, building a subtle instrumental flourish that is loaded with vision and expansive sound. The chorus hits hard, bringing a wonderful contrast to the song that’s inspired by an anthemic melodic switch that delivers an uncompromising hook.

Lyrically, ‘Outta Love’ clings to ambiguity, letting the listener fill the song with their own emotional connection. Whether that’s by design or be accident, it’s an effective technique that helps build upon the central concept of falling out of love. Ultimately, Kfir brings a beautifully unique approach to organic pop music, and while it’s not fully resolved now, it’s a powerful starting point for a massive career.

Score: 7/10

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