Cowgirl by Heidi Pack: Review
Heidi Pack’s debut track “Cowgirl” has that girl from the country club vibe who believes in chasing her wildest dreams and is on the right track to making her way as a revolutionary name in country music industry. When the song starts out with softly distorted guitars, it’s an intriguing sound – different than how I would’ve imagined it would be! The singer/songwriter took my breath away with her ambitious vocals – seductive, provocative and melodic – all in one go in her Southern accent.
Listening to this track might make you spit out your drink at how her sultry vocals deliver these promiscuous lyrics so effortlessly –
“You can just lay back and I’ll take the reins
And I can guarantee by the end of the night
You’ll be broken in bridle for life
Cause you like how I ride”
And so she goes ahead and makes her own metaphorical rendition of unapologetic wishes with her passionate singing. The neat production of this song makes it sound promising. So listeners can certainly expect some beautiful works to come in the future.
“Cowgirl” has made it into global recommendations on all platforms, with a downpour of positive reactions. There’s no denying that Heidi deserves all of it and more. And I cannot wait for this Southern lassie to shoot for the stars and get her rightful stardom beside other female musicians in this genre! She certainly reminds me of a frivolous Taylor Swift from her “Red” album days. If you queued her next song “Crush” after “Cowgirl,” you’ll know what I’m talking about!
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Photo credits: Rachel Deeb
Review by: Audrey Castel