The release of Nick Catoire’s track, “Stranger”, took place on November 19th in 2021. Let’s not lose our minds and get caught up in the pain as we take a look at what this track had to share for all to listen to.
Nick Catoire was born in the big apple, New York City, where the city never sleeps. Nick is not just an artist. The Art of Being Queer, a blog and podcast website, claimed that Nick was able to take the “influence from the pop hooks of Sia and the heartfelt vocals of Lauryn Hill and Amy Winehouse to create music that’s magically upbeat.” According to nickcatoire.com, Nick’s mission is to celebrate queer culture and share their wild ride of a life. While armed with a positive, witty personality, they are “ready to share his story of growing up as a closeted kid in the swamps of Louisiana,” where Mardi Gras festivals happen and jazz music came to be (nickcatoire.com).
“Stranger” has been able to represent Nick’s respected genre of pop. They were also able to influence the genre of commercial pop as well.
The melodies were not the only noteworthy aspect of the track. Nick has a strong vocal tone and puts real feeling into the lyrics. The lyrics are deep and meaningful with some expressive phrases. Instrumentally, the track has a rich, compelling accompaniment that was able to complement the vocal track perfectly. The performance quality, both vocally and instrumentally, of “Stranger” had made standards high throughout. Overall, the track is original and catchy, and it definitely has strong potential to rise in the charts.
Nick has the power to manage the affection of their audience and has a focus to influence others through the power of their music.
Written by Sherryl Citera
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