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Published on July 9th, 2020 | by Guest Editor


Nadia Vaeh Takes Flight With New Lyric Video for “RiSE”

Pop artist, Nadia Vaeh released a lively single, “RiSE,” in celebration of Pride Month back in June. This week, she dropped the lyric video. “I wrote ‘RiSE’ in hopes of helping to bridge or repair some of the gaps and barriers between our one human race,” Vaeh explains. The song features Hazel Rose and is produced by EGDABEAST and Tyler Spratt. “RiSE” is an upbeat and positive song about slowing down and being in the present moment due to the fast-paced environment surrounding our society. For the release of this song, Vaeh has aligned herself with the ‘Love Has No Labels’ campaign and will be donating proceeds of the single to the Human Rights Campaign. Stream/Download the song here.

“RiSE” explores the idea of taking a breath and enjoying the world around us as it comes instead of racing to the finish line. The electric pulse felt through the track sets the freeing vibe of the song. “Something in the way this world was designed, unfortunately, can leave many feeling guilty for relaxing and doing nothing when a couple of steps back can often lead to a giant leap forward. I hope this song is a nice reminder that it’s okay to coast and fly away from the flock for a bit and just do you, boo,” says Vaeh. The encouraging, optimistic track is a refreshing reminder to enjoy the ride of life one step at a time. It allows the fiery passion felt deep inside to be the guide to reconnection.

Nadia Vaeh is an Atlanta native who fell in love with music at just two years old. With encouragement from her family, Vaeh started her early career singing in a traveling youth-choir and playing in a high school band. After the tragic loss of her mother at age seventeen, Vaeh began to lose sight of her future as an artist. With her strength and determination, Vaeh has blossomed into the performer she is today.

Keep up with all things Nadia Vaeh on Instagram and her website. Watch the lyric video below:

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