Nick De from Melbourne Australia is a young pop thing who at just 16 years old is already beginning to show some growing potential in presenting his own take on r’n’b filtered pop.
Nick alludes to following in the footsteps of Austin Mahone, Justin Bieber and Cody Simpson and it’s fair to say that since Nick began releasing his own material earlier this year there has seen to be a definite shift in refining his act when reaching the point of his newest most promising release “High School Politics”.
For one thing, Nick has won me over with his showing of honest lyrics that see “High School Politics” dedicated to those that have been bullied at school. Whilst, on a music level, the track packs a peppy punch itself with a lead of a highly energised pop suited melody seated at its heart.
If Nick can manage to get this just this one track noticed, he’d fair have a chance to raise his game much further I would say. Right now I quite want to hear more pop content on my radio and feel that both the relatable topic that Nick De’s “High School Politics” gives, coupled with its teen-bop nature is very appealing to the ear, not just to youth culture but to all ages that appreciate good radio friendly pop.
I call this one out with the cooldom factor of potentially bossing it!