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- Song Name: Rude
- Artist Name / Band Name: MAGIC!
- Produced By: Adam Messinger
- Album Name: Don’t Kill The Magic
- Release Date: October 11, 2013
- Genre: Pop
- Record Label: Latium, RCA, Sony
- Written By: Alex Tanas, Ben Spivak, Mark Pellizzer, Adam Messinger & Nasri Atweh
- Performance: Peaked at No.
- Sampled In: N/A
- Cover By: N/A
- Remixed By: N/A
Magic! – Rude Review
Not surprisingly, ‘Rude’ by Magic! review articles would inevitably mention how the song is a big hit in New Zealand and Australia. That could have already been enough as an indication that the single is destined to turn heads and catch attention when it gets the US push. It actually did. The two mentioned markets are known as breeding ground for unique music labels and singles.
The reggae-tinged and pop tune of this piece makes it an instant music delight at a time when most listeners have become more accustomed to the usual treat from the common hit makers. One can easily tell that this song is fun but meaningful.
The lyrics are as interesting as the beat. It talks about why parents are almost always tending to become rude towards the boyfriends of their daughters. That instantly connects and relates with many people in real life.
Magic! Is a side job for Nasri, a Canadian hitmaker behind the success of Justin Bieber, Iggy Azalea, and Chris Brown. The new band’s music sounds like a cross-breed between The Police and No Doubt. It definitely is a fresh music delight for everyone.