Krigarè (kree-gar-uh) is a synth-pop musician based in Nashville, Tennessee. Not too long ago, she released a music video for her reimagined cover of a-ha’s ‘80s hit single, entitled, “Take on Me”.

Krigarè – “Take on Me” (a-ha cover)

“We’re talking away, I don’t know what I’m to say. I’ll say it anyway. Today’s another day to find you shying away. I’ll be coming for your love, OK? Take on me. I’ll be gone in a day or two.” – lyrics

Krigarè recorded her own vocals for her “Take On Me” cover. Also, she came up with the concept behind the song, in addition to producing, directing, and starring in the music video herself.

The likable tune contains a relatable storyline, dreamy vocals, and lush instrumentation flavored with electronic-driven melodies and driving guitars.

Krigarè – “Take on Me” (a-ha cover)

Krigarè - “Take on Me” (a-ha cover) still

Krigarè ( Kree-Gar-Uh ): the Swedish translation for WARRIOR.

“I wanted to find a way to introduce the world to me as an artist. So I took a well known and loved song, and arranged it in a way that if I had written it myself, this is how I would have done it.” – Krigarè

Krigarè, previously known as Kennedy Nöel, started in the music industry backing the piano during Kelly Clarkson’s “Because of You” performance at the 2006 Grammy Awards. 

Since breaking into Nashville’s pop-rock music scene, she has performed at the 2016 National NACA Conference, Evolution Music Festival, and pre-show events for One Direction, The Fray, and Kelly Clarkson.

In her new upcoming release EP titled “KRIGARÈ”, the bubbly entertainer tells her compelling stories of surviving two different cancers, all by the age of eighteen.

Krigarè – “Take on Me” (a-ha cover)

Krigarè - “Take on Me” (a-ha cover) artwork

“My life has been full of battles these last two years.  It has been by far the most challenging years not only as a person but also as an artist. I’ve had to find my voice again, and decide on who I am coming out of trying times. I am a WARRIOR!” – Krigarè

We recommend adding Krigarè’s “Take on Me” single to your personal playlist. Also, let us know how you feel about it in the comment section below.


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