Nineteen year old edgy, fun and sassy singer/songwriter Nina Nesbitt released her new album Peroxide on Feb. 17 with her own pop flavor.
Nesbitt’s fans (Nesbians) showed their loyalty to her music by sharing many of her songs social media networks.
She has been stated renowned as an iconic figure for the teen viewers with relating and understanding.
Nesbitt’s most popular single “Stay Out” helped her album hit 21 on the United Kingdom single chart back in April 2013, which placed her on the United Kingdom’s top 40 singles list for the first time.
Nesbitt has another hit on this album titled “Selfie.”
The single reflects on the madness of taking fake-happy selfies after a break-up.
The single “Selfie” is also lyrically lightweight and it’s actually difficult to know Nesbitt’s true feelings on the matter and if it’s really from experience or just for the show.
Besides being known for her great music, Nesbitt is also often remembered for her Taylor Swift like characteristics portrayed through her blond hair and music style.
Neil McCormick stated, “It is a pleasant surprise to find the title track twisting the beauty product metaphor to focus.”
Her feisty attitude gave off the vibe that said, “I’m here and I’m going to the top and you can’t stop me.”
This album’s message gave different perceptions.
“The struggle to develop an authentic self in an age of post-modern prodigality,” said student Michael Bloomfield.
Nesbitt’s album had been buzzing around when it caught the eye of writer Amy Shaw.
“Themes on the album are based largely on the dilemmas of a teenage mind, associated with pop music; friendship, love, and heartbreak, with Nesbitt nailing the stereotypes whilst continuing to keep her effortless cool,” said Shaw
That particular idea from Shaw’s view on the meaning of the song goes to say most teens can relate to her music, which makes it all the better to listen to.
Nina will be going on tour around the UK for her debut album starting March 23.
Student Karissa Morrow said, “This was a great album and I’m looking forward to more great music from Nina.”
Other students on campus also enjoyed Nesbitt’s music.
“I could really relate to Nina’s music although I am a little older than her I remember those days when I was 19-years-old, gosh this was a little piece of heaven having that carefree but head on type attitude,” said student Seana Venezuela.
Nina Nesbitt’s album caught her fan base’s attention with her catchy and lyrical music.