Wicked Woman by Tori Boltwood


Tori Boltwood is a solo artist and vocalist based out of Fort Worth in the state of Texas. The year 2020 marked the beginning of her career as an independent musician. She devoted three years to her education, learning musical theatre as well as classical voice technique. She has been influenced by a wide variety of artists, including Elvis Presley and Cher. In May of this year, she released her empowering track titled “Wicked Woman,” which she also wrote and performed herself. 

When a snappy baseball organ loops against the strong vocal harmonies, it turns into an epically immersive stripped-down track with hard-hitting percussion beats. Contrary to popular belief, the utilization of such intricate sounds does not detract from the melody’s exquisite simplicity. The song’s inspiring lyrics revolve around women’s inner strength and capabilities, which are expressed through delicate, nostalgic synthesizers and unique deep vocals. 

Tori Boltwood proves once again that she is capable of maneuvering between downtempo and melancholy tunes like “Stay on the Moon,” and uplifting ones like “Wicked Women.” Her voice lends this song the extra oomph it requires to emphasize the overall message. 

Edited by: Viola Karmy


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