“Montana native Charlee Remitz, alongside contemporaries like Lana Del Ray, represents a brave new world of sorts for pop music. Her style synthesizes hard-nosed lyrical realism, steadfastly rejecting sugarcoated songwriting, with the glistening textures of modern pop to spectacular effect….”

“However, she takes rap/hip-hop on in full with the track “Bitches and Ladders”. Any inclination you might have to dismiss the ability of a white girl from Montana to deliver credibly this sort of material should be immediately dustbinned. Remitz keeps a firm pop influence guiding the track, but bristles and burns with attitude that any gangster rapper would cheer on gleefully.”

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