Up-and-coming songstress Devorah is seeking to create her own lane and brand of feel-good, relatable music that has a little bit of everything so that a broad range of listeners can enjoy her craft. So far, she has managed to make her mark with numerous impressive releases that have continued to endear her to an ever-growing fan base. It seems whatever she touches ultimately turns to gold, and she is really proving to be one of the most innovative and creative artists of her generation.
Wearing her heart on her sleeve, there is just a uniqueness to her musicianship that allows her to connect with her audience because she puts her heart and soul into every song, and that is arguably the case even in her latest jam, “Not the Same,” where she ingeniously invests in a real-life story and experience into the lyrics to engineer a masterpiece!
I can still feel that chorus replaying invitingly in my head even as I write this, and that right there is the mark of a meticulously crafted pop song. Combine this with its crossover appeal, and what you get is a must-have track in your playlist.
A woman here has fallen out of love but is quite disturbed by the fact that the person she was in love with already had someone; while she always feared this, the reality is unfolding before her and it is quite ugly. Despite this unavoidable sadness, she is still strong and is now focused on her own self-worth and importance. In her own words, “I am not the same girl that I was before falling out of love.”
Catchy and infectious, and delivered with an appropriately sad tone, “Not the Same” reels you into its emotions, and soon enough, you’re enveloped in a seemingly familiar zone. The beats thrive with a modern pop vibe that is modest and agreeable, with hints of R&B.
The memorable verses and chorus make “Not the Same” easy to sing along to, allowing a listener to connect with it on a deeper level.
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