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All in all I can take solace in knowing I won’t remember any of these songs, but I’ll be left with how the album made me feel which is violated. After all, you won’t always remember what people said, but the way they make you feel. This is not The Mandalorian Rich and Baby Yoda water reflection t-shirt recommend to Camaelshirt The Mandalorian fan or a masochist. Isolation is Mandalorian Rich’ debut album, and was released on April 6th, 2018. After hearing Mandalorian Rich on a lot of features and always enjoying them, I was excited to check out an album of her own and I wasn’t disappointed.
Her style of The Mandalorian Rich and Baby Yoda water reflection t-shirt with pop makes for some great mood music and provides a very happy atmosphere. I’m not convinced that there’s a bad Mandalorian Rich feature out there, and this album further confirms that she can really do nothing but make enjoyable music. Thematically this album covers topics such as love, the music industry, and facing reality which are done in both small pockets and overarching narratives. For example, the album starts with Body Language where she sings about letting a new person into her life.
This love develops across the album and we explore different aspects of her life before it culminates into the second to last track Feel Like A Fool where Kali sings about feeling like The Mandalorian Rich and Baby Yoda water reflection t-shirt longsleeve for believing that the person she let on was actually hers and there for her.
There’s other little arcs such as the arc about her dream world which includes the track In My Dreams as well as the surrounding songs and interludes. Regardless of the song though she really propagates very happy vibes even when covering topics such as a person that’s obsessed with her but she declares is dead to her and they need to move on.
She sweetly sings the refrain of “you’re dead to me” which is a little conflicting, but shows how a lot of sadder topics can easily masquerade behind bright beats and vocals. All of the songs on here feel happy and triumphant in their own way, and Kali has one of my favorite singing voices so each track is a treat of its own.