The song is about resilience and self-discovery, and Nadine’s message is inspiring and relatable. “Waterfalls” are a stark reminder that even when we seem to be swimming up against the current in life, we need to take a deep breath to “go ahead and make it.”
Musically, the song combines pop and indie elements, reminiscent of artists as diverse as Billie Eilish, Francis Moon, Adele, Katy Perry and Olivia Rodrigo, just to name a few.
Nadine was born in Nottingham UK and has spent half of her life there. I have dual citizenship and that has always characterized my music and my way of looking at things. I truly believe that nothing is impossible, and that the world is for everyone! I write my music in English and that’s because that language is my easiest way to express myself. But have some songs in Swedish she says.
She was discovered in a talent competition Rix FM where I was a finalist. I have collaborated with artists like Petter, Titiyo, Robyn and I got to work with big producers like Max Martin, Alex Kronlund, Joacim Persson, Niclas Mollinder, Bloodshy & Avant, Gyllene Tider, Carola and Swedish National Hockey Team.
Whether she lends her voice as an official singer for Sweden’s national football team or debuts new music on iHeart Radio, Rangle’s star continues to shine.
Nadine Randle is one of a string of global artists contributing their talents to Mastercard’s first-ever foray into music She is an energetic live artist who has been in the industry as an accomplished songwriter and singer and has previously written and sung on the single Merry Go Round which was released with MasterCard worldwide. 2020-2021 was a short year for live performances but she managed to go on a promotional tour in the US and US Arab Emirates there she supported acts such as French Montana, Lauryn Hill, Lionel Richie, One Republic. It looks like the 2023 live scene has restarted, so Nadine is releasing singles with creative producing teams, so she can perform them live in front of an audience.
She has participated in many different TV contexts as an artist.