If you’re a fan of Lana Del Rey, well now you’re a fan of Dominique.
Working on her own now, after a long process to finesse her production skills, Good Girl demonstrates the strength Dominique now displays in her own skills. The immediate similarity to Lizzie Grant comes from Good Girl’s chorus. But where Lana Del Rey’s music falls to this ‘sensual monotone’, Dominique powers through effortlessly, softly whispering about a sense of entrapment, while her production skills roar through magnificently.
Blending together electronic samples with two-step claps, and a repeated guitar motif throughout, Good Girl may speak about imposed values and being unable to escape them, but Dominiques’ poise and self-elevating position stands tall and triumphant, amongst the rising crowd of electronic pop stars.