Natalie La Rose’s New Song “Rollerocaster” Will Remind You Of A Fifth Harmony Record… [Listen]

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What is Republic Records exactly doing with Natalie La Rose? She was so hot with “Somebody” but now her hotness seems like a thing of a distant past.

The Dutch singer just premiered the lyric video of a new song titled “Rollercoaster” on YouTube. The song will be allegedly included on her much-delayed debut album with Republic Records – allegedly coming this year (in theory IT IS out this year but I say "allegedly" because something smells really weird here…).

Although you don’t see it on the YouTube title or description, nor on the official song cover, (pic above) Flo Rida features on Natalie’s “Rollercoaster”. I can’t understand why he's been left uncredited… but whatever.

“Rollercoaster” is a dub step/urban song that hears Natalie singing about her addiction to a man…or, as she says, his rollercaster. “I'm addicted to the climb / Make me blush, give me vertigo”…you get metaphor...!

Dubstep? Really? What is this dated thing from like 2011, Republic Records? What game are you playing here? “Rollercoaster” is the definition of BASIC. It may strike as something cute while you’re listening, but it’s basic and it definitely isn’t a demonstration of the true potential of Natalie La Rose. If her song “Somebody” was a real person, I'm so sure "she" would be shaking her head in disbelief right now.

Oh, and for those of you wondering why does Natalie’s new song sounds so familiar…it seems like producer of “Rollercoaster” was obsessed with Fifth Harmony’s “Leave My Heart Out Of This” while producing it…

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By on February 19, 2016
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