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Karmin's Amy Heidemann and Nick Noonan are an unparalleled mix of talent & credibility who have generated unprecedented online consumer response! Karmin ignited the blogosphere last April 2011 when they posted a cover of Chris Brown's "Look at me Now" on YouTube. The clip instantly went viral and became one of YouTube's most viewed videos of 2011. In addition, Karmin was named the 2011 American Music Awards New Media honoree!
After selling more than 125,000 albums, over 100,000 singles and breaking into the top 30 of the Billboard new artist chart all as an independent artist Karmin is truly posted to become #epic's breakout start of 2012!
Top Customer Reviews
personalities and style, so I decided to look them up on Youtube, when I
came across "Brokenhearted" and many covers. So, I decided to purchase
their EP, Hello.
With 7 tracks and a whomping 25 minutes, the Karmin studio released EP is
great. The album has variety of different rap-pop-ect songs. It is an
excellent release and a great album to listen to whenever.
1. Walking the Moon - (4/5) It's not my favorite, but I highly enjoy listening to it. It's brilliant sung.
2. Brokenhearted - (5/5) Easily the best song the EP. Fun, great singing and rapping, overall just an amazing song.
3. I Told You So - (5/5) I love this song, it includes a lot of rap, it may repeat 'I Told You So' a lot, but it's not annoying, obviously, it's Karmin. I'm glad it's their new single.
4. Too Many Fish - (4.5/5) This song is great, reminds of a commercial for an online dating service, but nevertheless, a great track.
5. I'm Just Saying - (5/5) This track has excellent rap, also one the best songs on the album.
6. Coming On Strong - (4/5) Not the best, but still an excellent song with excellent vocals. +
7. Hello - (5/5) A great way to finish an album, has single written all over it,.
`Brokenhearted' is an obvious highlight thanks to its more commercial accessibility and the way Karmin floats in and out of pop and hip hop is infectious. Still, there is much more to adore here. `I Told You So' and `Hello' give Karmin a chance to rap like the best of them, showing extreme flow as she rambles off a slew of cleverly calculated rhymes. `Walking on the Moon' opens the album with a more hushed sound, a downplayed Karmin but still showing personality. `Two Many Fish' and `I'm Just Saying' were the only lowlights for me (two out of seven can be deemed as bad, but they weren't LOW, just lower than the rest) and `Coming Up Strong' really marked a major highlight with the musical downshift and the soft, subtle progression. It is a beautiful song and actually sounds like something OneRepublic would have put out.
`Hello' is a spunky little album full of vibrancy and personality. It is short, maybe too short (seven tracks is really low) and when you only offer a small part of yourself you really have to nail it. Karmin, for the most part, does just that. I love her early 90's vibe and obvious throwback style, and her ability to spit rhymes and then turn around and actually SING is a bonus. I'm anxiously awaiting more from this duo.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great energy and creativity in this collection. This is very easy to go back and listen to again & again.Published 12 months ago by Dana Gunderson
I first heard Karmin when they opened for Lindsey Stirling a couple weeks ago. Bought Pulses and then Hello. I love this band. How have I missed them all this time?Published 14 months ago by Beth Anderson
The product arrived on time. This is a Christmas present for my daughter, I hope she likes it.Published 20 months ago by sabrinamdabney
Karmin is my new favorite! Nick and Amy are fantastic! I have now watched all their videos and listened to most of their music.Published on April 20, 2014 by Donald P. Greever
Great pop music, the chic can rap and sing!! Beats are fun and keeps me awake on long road tripsPublished on March 30, 2014 by Y. Largado