Noam Wolf is a creative vocalist and business woman, based in Los Angeles. Her music is inspiring and uplifting. Although some of her titles may be misconstrued, Wolf is a strong independent woman who strives to inspire others to do the same. Noam Wolf creates a rather warm atmosphere with her music and it is not as apparent as it is in her latest track, Not Good Enough.
Not Good Enough is kind of a soliloquy. The track seems to talk to itself, introspecting on things that keep us from being ourselves. This loss of identity is the central theme of the track. The song itself is a rather intriguing one. Every element points towards Noam Wolf being another powerful voice in Pop. In fact, Not Good Enough reminds me of some of Adele’s more inspiring tracks. The atmosphere reminds me of Skyfall, with this dark and foggy ambience. However, Wolf’s voice cuts through that fogginess so cleanly that you would not believe your own ears. Noam Wolf does well to create this sense of empowerment through negativity. By creating a conversation with oneself, there is so much to understand and Wolf does this so well. The instrumental in the background takes the backseat, very clearly, to focus on Wolf’s vocals and lyrics.
I find that artists like Noam Wolf are harder to find as the musical movement progresses. Her ability to craft an idea and incept it into a song using conversation and introspection really set her apart from most artists today. Additionaly, I would probably recommend jumping on the Noam Wolf bandwagon if I was a fan of artists like Lana Del Rey and Adele.
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