Nia – My Everything Review

CoverNia’s My Everything single is a difficult release. On one side, the title track “My Everything” is an impressive song, sitting next to Lune or 3rd Line Butterfly in the indie genre. But when the next two tracks show up, it’s plain to see that Nia is a manufactured girl group.

Even though they play the instruments and look like a band, “Break Out” is a Avril Lavigne-based track and has one of the most annoying choruses ever. They become another carbon copy group that should have stayed with their indie rock abilities.

“Hey U” is the final track and sounds more Japanese pop rock than Korean. A good comparison would be Younha and her mix of Japanese and Korean releases. Nia is talented, but they sure don’t show it beyond the first track.