By Mandy Rogers
Singer songwriter Nabiha has scored a smash with her home
crowd back in Denmark and she’s set to unleash it here in the UK too.
The smasheroonie in question, being a contemporary pop piece
of stylish accomplishment.
“Never Played The Bass” has "play me" written all over it,
from the funky horn section right through to the underlying sultry urban groove
that it is feed off from the classic Womack and Womack line from their global
hit “Teardrops” “the music don’t feel like it did, when I felt it with you”.
With artists such as Stooshe and Paloma Faith capturing the
nation with their sultry bluesy tones, Nabiha’s fine infectiously primed urban
grooves should do well to slot in and rise up amongst the play lists of the
discerning urban pop lovers of the UK.