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"Love Incredible" is a song by Norwegian DJ and record producer Cashmere Cat, featuring vocals by Cuban-American singer Camila Cabello. It was released on 17 February 2017 through Interscope and Mad Love as the third single from his debut album, 9.
Musically, "Love Incredible" is an electropop and R&B song. The song begins mellow with Cabello using a high vocal register, accompanied by synths that pick up with a thumping drumbeat. The music is built around a grinding EDM chorus, where Cabello sings over glassy keyboards and a muted bassline: "This love's incredible, credible/ Have a little mercy on me, baby/ You got me wanting more, wanting more/ Of your love." Her breathy voice stretches and speeds up to "near-helium heights" in the verses before coming back down to the ground for the thumping chorus.
Kat Being from Billboard compared the song to Cashmere's previous releases, describing it as a "tune that sounds like it fits in perfectly with the rest of the work from his upcoming debut LP 9." Christina Lee of Idolator praised the production and Cabello's vocals on the song, calling it "dramatic, though dreamy electro-pop that still has enough sing-along moments for summer festival playlists to come, with processed vocals featured alongside Camila's own falsetto. Danny Schwartz of the site HotNewHipHop also praised the song's production and wrote that it is "an accurate summation of the Cashmere Cat aesthetic: a strawberry Starbust of a pop song with an unexpected and enrapturing vocoder-gasm appended to the end." After the song leaked online, Nicholas Hautman of Us Weekly wrote that it is a "crossover of pop, R&B and dance, like many of Fifth Harmony's biggest hits."Sasha Geffen from MTV gave a different opinion about Cabello's voice on the song, writing: "Cashmere Cat whips Camila's voice through a bevy of effects, making her sound more like a giddy android than a girl-group expat." PopCrush's Brendley Stern said the song "offers up a more experimental vibe from the singer."
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