Single Review: Harina – Hard Worker

On the lookout for a fresh, new female artist who has the ability to combine punchy pop tunes with a helping of power and positivity? Look no further, than the excellent Harina.

German-born and London-based, this artist has made quite a splash in the pop scene since her graduation from the BIMM Institute.

Her debut single Nothing was met with critical acclaim from the likes of Spinnup and CloudKid. However her most recent single Hard Worker has garnered over 100,000 streams since its release last month and has featured on Spotify playlists New Music Friday in Germany and Switzerland.

Hard Worker, in collaboration with Ninski, is a track which draws you in right from the beginning. During the opening verse, the music appears to dramatically build towards something, and I’m certain that you will want to know what. This commences the journey which Harina’s alluring vocals take us on throughout the entire song.

It is soon clear where the theatrical opening music is leading to, as we are hit with a wall of funk riffs and infectious hip-hop beats, which encourages us to get up and be a part of the strength and confidence that Harina radiates through the lyrics of the song.   

Not only does Hard Worker affirm Harina’s exceptional music talent, but it also paves the way for her to achieve global recognition as an exciting up and coming female solo artist that pop fans ought to keep on their radar.  

Have a listen to Harina’s single Hard Worker here.

Published by orla_brady

I write things about music for The Music Files Blog and isthismusic? Always open to review new bands/artists wherever you're from and whatever you do. I also write articles for The Glasgow Guardian and The Indiependent and dabble in creative fiction writing.

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