She is literally the greatest
Sia, the No. 1 spot Billboard 100 Chart Topper, never fails to spark a flame in our hearts and deliver life to our souls. With her latest release that possesses both hot rhythmic tunes and profound lyrics, “The Greatest” featuring rap-god Kendrick Lamar, she carries us into her stunning world of musical prowess. The masked pop-star originally wrote and produced the track in tribute to those who were victims of the 49 Pulse tragedy, thus bringing, once again, a serious event in our world to light through the power of music. The song is now available on Spotify for all to hear which you can listen to below!
You’ll hear the whiny erotic and catchy vocals of this incredible singer against vibe-y and heavy beats. There are moments when you can hear, behind the xylophone progressions, tropical-house vibes flutter across the instrumentals, taking you on an incredible journey of self-discovery and self-confidence.
Watch the music video below:
This track will empower you- that is the best way to put it simply! With its energetic and body-commanding beats the song ties together the best elements of Sia’s songwriting and singing skills. This song will surely get you amped up and ready to take on the day and will encourage you to conquer any task small or big. That is what we need more of these days, a little pep talk, a shove forward, a pat on the shoulder, a big hug, and a smile of belief and assurance. This song is all of those things and more.
And of course, who better to perform alongside in a song about one’s own power than Lamar? It’s actually amazing how perfectly the “King Kunta” artist’s bars fit within the song’s crevices and how he smoothly spits his simple, yet strong words of wisdom to the listeners in this purely pop melody.
“I’m free to be the greatest, I’m alive / I’m free to be the greatest here tonight, the greatest…” sings Sia forcefully.
Kendrick then follows:
Hey, I am the truth
Hey, I am the wisdom of the fallen – I’m the youth
Hey, I am the greatest
Hey, this is the proof
Hey, I work hard, pray hard, pay dues, hey
I transform with pressure – I’m hands-on with effort
I fell twice before my bounce back was special
Letdowns will get you, and the critics will test you
But the strong will survive, another scar may bless you, ah
The voices of the This Is Acting and the good kid, m.A.A.d. city composers perfectly align serendipitously as if it was fate for this record to be, well quite literally, the greatest! Expect this song to fill every space as it triumphs over all of the airwaves of both the music charts and radio stations!
Listen to this song below right now, you won’t regret it!