Music Review- Lindsey Stirling: Christmas C’mon feat. Becky G

Lindsey Stirling released her newest album Warmer in the Winter, available now. Stirling’s previous album Brave Enough features the inspiring songs Lost Girls and her single Mirage. Previously, I review her music video Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy a well choreographed song. Today, I’m reviewing her latest music video and song Christmas C’Mon featuring the vocal talent of Becky G.

Like everything that Stirling does, this song is colorful and entertaining. It breaks from her usual slow-beat music and features a pop music feel with a holiday beat that is perfect to dance to. I don’t know how she does it, but Stirling manages to make a violin sound amazing with the upbeat sounds of the song.

Beck G’s vocals and lyrics work perfectly with the song. She brings a classic musical voice to the whole song and works well into the song. She is talented and perfect for the feature. She and Stirling compliment each other in epic fashion, bringing a song you can not only dance to, but also sing along with.

As for the music video, it has all the heart. It is colorful, bright, and perfect for the holidays.

That is my review. What did you think? Let me know in the comments below. Click on the link in the picture to view it. Check out my thoughts on Stirling cover of Green Day’s Boulevard of Broken Dreams. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more posts like this one.

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