SINGLE REVIEW: Ally Brooke – No Good

With the individual success of Normani and Camila Cabello heightening, it’s not surprising that Ally Brooke is feeling the pressure to deliver a track that will shine a spotlight on her raw talent that made her such an asset in Fifth Harmony. 

Following the gradual success of ‘Lips Don’t Lie’, ‘Low Key’ and ‘Perfect’, Brooke wants to step it up and create an impact that will have people getting excited about her forthcoming releases. 

‘No Good’ is her strongest solo track yet and sonically hears her heading towards a sound that is aesthetically complimenting to the 80’s influenced and pulsating synth trend that is sweeping pop music currently.

Following in the footsteps of Dua Lipa’s infectious new single ‘Don’t Stop Now’, she also delivers a playful storyline that hears her finding confidence within herself to say that she doesn’t need someone that is just going to bring her down. 

“Woah, you’re no good for me. I don’t need nobody. Don’t need no one that’s no good for me” she sings during the chorus as she identifies toxic qualities in her love interest and walks away from it. 

There’s a real bounce in the production which is immediately addictive and catchy, and will also have you straight up genuinely interested in what she’s creating. 

‘No Good’ is a easy listening pop-dance song that has everything it needs to be a real breakthrough hit for Ally Brooke to certify her spot in the pop world as a solo artist.