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Natalia Kills: ‘Saturday Night’ Single Premiere!

Just a few days after releasing her feisty video for “Problem,” Natalia Kills premieres her brand-new single “Saturday Night“! The track serves as the second official single off her upcoming sophomore album Trouble, which is scheduled for release this September. Produced by Jeff Bhasker, “Saturday Night” is a chilling and hip pop cut that shows off a different side of Natalia that we’ve never heard before. The 26-year-old songstress takes a break from her aggressive dark-pop sound to deliver a number with a little more heart – and it has totally payed off. It’s Natalia’s best and most personal offering yet. If she wasn’t catching your attention before, she will now. What do you guys think?

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14 Comments

  • Fabricio

    I kind of feel that she was better before when she wasn’t so overproduced… I feel like she lost the idea or concept that made her so different which is a shame because it was amazing, now she sounds like any other pop wannabe with trashy beats and no idea or concept at all…Perfectionist will remain in my favorites sadly this new material doesn’t seem to be to the hight of what she once was as an artist. Opposite to what Jon thinks she just lost all the attention on my part with this song

  • James

    Really Jon? Are you deaf? This is “trash” compared to anything on her album Perfectionist. Her new music lacks great beats & lyrics. I think she peaked already for a newbie. She really needs to team up back with Feemster, who produced Wonderland, Break You Hard, Superficial & If I Was God on her last album.

    Maybe this new “album” was labeled correctly, Trouble. It’s sad to see a talented song writer/singer sell out her talents. Oh well.

  • Andrew

    I don’t know what people are complaining about. I think the songs got potential, especially if she plans a video for it. I don’t see anything wrong with releasing a lighter bubbly track, it’s only a pre album single and I’m sure she’s going to have plenty of “dark pop” left on the album for future singles. This track shouldn’t be alienating anyone who’s used to her darker music, she’s already had 2 other songs released which were exactly what I’d expect from her, so calm down she’s still making her signature sound. You know her job is to make music, so if she needs to make a commercial generic pop song to make a couple bucks and to keep making music for her fans I say, get it girl.

  • Matt

    Honestly, this song is pretty perfect so I don’t know what all of you are complaining about. I loved Perfectionist but this is a very solid track and it’s her most personal lyrics yet – listen to them – she’s clearly talking about living with an abusive and alcoholic father as well as her own personal struggles. Yet the chorus tries to lighten up the song with some hopeful lyrics. I agree with Jon, this is one of her best offerings yet.

  • Robbie Ray

    What the hell is wrong with you people this song is pop perfection and the songs off of Perfectionist weren’t that good mostly just the singles except for “Free” that song was awful…

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