- THE LAST SONG
- ALL-WAYS (INSTRUMENTAL)
- THE LAST SONG (INSTRUMENTAL)
Wow I wasn’t expecting Nami to do a collaboration with another artist that wasn’t her song to begin with. What I’m saying this is Yamamoto’s songs, but since he’s the guitarist it feels like it’s Nami’s thing. For fans that loved her more rockin’ songs in her discography, then you’ll find something to enjoy here. Her voice still sounds fitting to the style and the rhythm and arrangement is cool and catchy too!
2. THE LAST SONG
On the other hand, THE LAST SONG has a bit more grand feeling like an epic rock track should. Surprising that this song is longer at 6 minutes, but I feel like Nami really kept it together and the verses were light while the chorus is just loud and in your face! I actually connected the most with this song a lot more than the leading track.
While I did miss reviewing it a release, I decided to tackle this as I was told Nami had full lead singing. I really do like Nami when she decides to do rock songs to kind of takea break from her anison/dance music. ALL-WAYS is a pretty good single, though I’m pretty sad it isn’t hers technically.