You Get Me
Not For You
Wherever You Are Tonight
S.A.U. means Something About U. Right from the start you hear how punk she is and I really love her voice. She’s got a powerful voice for someone at a young age especially with how hectic with everything is going. The use of synths also seem to be a pretty cool addition. What a powerful start for Kylee.
2. You Get Me
OMG, I’m am loving this song so damn much. Not only is the song is the main promotional track, it’s the first track I ever heard from her. It’s a love song, but put into a teenager’s vision because the whole basis is that even though I’m weird as hell, you’ll still love in the end. The PV was even cool and she’s really does make herself look so cute (jailbait moment).
3. THAT ONE
THAT ONE starts off with some pretty cool synths and then it becomes this hard rock tune which does surprise, even though “VACANCY” was hard to. I really like how she tackled the whole I’m looking for you and I really wanna find my guy. It’s quite different and it’s also a pretty interesting track nonetheless.
4. Not For You
Our next track is actually a pretty calm track compared to the others and it’s quite a pretty sad track, even with the dramatic piano crash during the 2nd verse. I love her pain and anguish in this song and honestly it’s the best track off the mini. It even beats out “You Get Me” now that’s something!
5. Empty Handed
Scratch that as the last one being the calmest, Empty Handed is just an acoustic-only track which is a nice change from the rock side. I kind of like the whole breakup feel and she’s wondering how things happened, but in the end she’s left enpty-handed. I actually thought this song was a bit empty and maybe typical. I really like her vocals though.
6. Wherever You Are Tonight
Things seem to slip further when our next track pops up. I’m also finding myself being bored with the track even though I really like the music to it. It’s a little punkish, but also pretty alternative at the same time. I’m also in love with the guitar solo as well. Maybe it isn’t as bad as I initially thought, but the other tracks are better in my opinion.
Kylee’s first mini-album was surprisingly good. Only one of the tracks really bored me, but the rest really showcased Kylee as a whole and I really see that she might make it big someday when she’s older. Her voice is just so good for someone her age, I swear it’s good. Wait til she’s in her 20′s and she’ll be at Hitomi S.’s level