Hey, beautiful! Today, I’m going to be reviewing Troye Sivan’s EP -WILD. I know that this came out in September, but I actually wrote this a week after the realeas, I just kept it drafted for a long time.
I’m gonna start off with saying that I loved Troye’s first EP, and I love this one too, but it’s a bit different.
He seems a bit more mature, and the lyrics are just well written, not saying that the other EP wasn’t.
I’m gonna be reviewing it song by song, and then a whole overview.
Anyways, I just wanted to quickly mention that this was one of my first music review, and I plan on doing some more in the future.
First off, I love the beat of this song; it is happy, yet really calm and soothing. It isn’t really upbeat, but not really slow, which I love. Not to mention how smooth his voice is. The lyrics well thought out, and not just stupid nonsense. So I give this a 9/10
This has a more slow beat to it, which I actually adore. The lyrics are really deep if you analyse them. It has a more dubstep vibe, even thought it is nowhere near dubstep, but you know what I mean.
I love the rhythm, and overall this is my favourite out of them all. 10/10 I am just gonna come out and say this: this song is so relatable. The rhythm keeps changing from slow to fast, and the beat drops are really good.
The lyrics are the best thing about this song. Troye is just really good at writing, because I feel like I keep saying that the lyrics are really good; but they really are.
EASE (feat. Broods)
This has the catchiest beat out of the whole EP, and even the lyrics are really catchy. The whole songs is really… I don’t know just smooth.
It has a nice beat in the back, and Troye’s voice just echos in your ears. It’s so relaxing.
You have to listen to it to get what I’m saying. I give this a 10/10
This has a more talking pace at first then it has this really cool beat to it.
The lyrics actually are really good, my favourite lyrics is: ‘Left here in the dust, with the taste of broken trust.’ I just love the meaning behind it.
This song is just really relatable, and overall a great one 9.5/10
DKLA (feat. Tkay Maidza)
It starts out really slow, then gets this slow drum beat in the background which makes it feel like you’re in your own world.
Don’t keep love around is what DKLA stands for, I actually had to listen to it a couple times to know.
Around 2:40 the beat picks up a bit, but that is only because Tkay took over, which I don’t mind. I give this a 9/10.
ALL OVER REVIEW:
As you can see my ratings for each song range between 9 and 10, which means that I like the EP. I give the whole EP a 9/10, recommend it highly!
This was ment to go in my ‘Things I’m Excited for this Fall’ post but it came out before I had published it, so I just decided to review it.