Therése Neaimé - Dance Love
Review By Patrick Joseph & Staff
The W.A M. Awards celebrate the year’s most outstanding independent artists from around the world in multiple genres and categories. "Best Song" and "Best Album" nominations were based on Artistry, Musicianship, Originality, Professionalism, Diversity, and Excellence. W.A.M. stands for "We Are the Music Makers.' Therése Neaimé' song "Dance Love" was the 2020 W.A.M. Award Winner for Best Song in the Dance/Electronica music category.
From the outset, “Dance Love” sounds like an authentic club anthem. Production values are clearly top notch, and weave sounds together in a way that is simultaneously state-of-the-art and individualistic. Theresa’s vocals are enticing and expressive. She draws listeners in with an effortless but passionate communication of her lyrics. The instrumental arrangement is phenomenal. Clearly established within the world of dance/pop, the attention to detail and refusal to stop at “good enough” make this track shine.
Lyrically the song reinforces what the drums and bass have already told the listener to do…dance. “Dance love, dance forever, hold me, dance with me.” There is a complexity and a hidden message in Theresa’s vocals which, combined with a lyrical theme of perseverance (“We scream through silent pain, tonight we’ll be the winners”) make the listener even more invested in the feeling of the song.
“Dance Love” is, simply put, a banger. From the opening rhythmic guitar line, to the pensive pre-chorus, to the subtle instrumental layers, the song grabs the listener. When the chorus drops like a load of bricks (and it does) there is nothing left to say. The only left to do is dance!
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About Therése Neaimé
Do you believe that anything is possible? That you can live life to the fullest, here and now, daring greatly? Therése Neaimé’s answer to these questions has always been a passionate ‘Yes’.
Growing up in Sweden as the daughter of a Swedish mother and a Lebanese father, the singer, songwriter, actress, dancer, and motivational speaker decided early on to take charge of her own destiny.