The EP has three songs that are sexy, they're full of drama and they are flat out incredible. It starts out with "Monika the Brave", this really cool guitar heavy track that showcases Nadia's vocals flawlessly and an easy introduction into what's to come. It's a great pop song with an incredibly catchy hook and chorus that you'll easily be singing hours later.
"Kharma" is up next and it starts off very dark and atmospheric. The instrumentation is pretty heavy in this track but in order to not get totally overrun by Nadia's powerhouse vocals. You need to make sure she has plenty of room to work because her voice is going to dominate everything in it's way. The breakdown on the hook is one of the coolest things I think I've ever heard. Victor is a genius with his programming because everything he does is matched by Nadia and they work amazingly well in tandem.
Closing out the EP is the title track, "Bon Voyage" which she has previously released as a single. It starts off acapella and it actually shows restraint on her part. But then the music kicks in and everything becomes intensified. Again with a driving guitar and heavy beats, Nadia tears this track up. The fact that her style is a bit heavier and more on the rock and roll side of pop music gives her an edge that other artists don't have. She is going to be received by a wider audience and I predict will have more commercial success.
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