This track is a transmitter for a huge load of confidence. Thoughtful arranged, the new tune of beautiful Kiara Nelson makes you lift your head when feeling down.
Backed by defensive synths, all eyes (or better: ears) are on Nelson who gives “Bulletproof” the needed amount of confidence and drive with her voice. There are several great vocal one-shots used to emphasize on several parts. Since this is done carefully, it helps the song create that special exciting atmosphere. I love those transistions when the chorus hits; you are delivered what I like to call “wake-up-call effect”, it’s when everything sets in and the vocals are getting even stronger than they already are. Feels like changing the room, opening the door to another setting.
To name a negative aspect, there was one very stabby high eq synth melody used for a break melody, this particlar synth sounds very harsh and distorted. In my opinion this stabbing melody doesn’t really connect with the rest of the elements/tracks, but that’s just my personal feeling about it. Some would probably say it’s a nice counterpart for the soft yet confident voice of Nelson. That’s rather a matter of personal taste than a negative aspect, right.
The 18 year-old Finnish-Swedish-American (if that’s not an interesting heritage, then what is?) singer just started her career, but it clearly shows she’s serious about making a name for herself out there. The tracks she released by now are rock solid, and the vocals fit perfectly with the music. I wonder how Nelson would sound when singing cross-genre like piano-soul or something. For now she masters the art of electro pop like it was the easiest thing to do.