Asiahn is back with a new single that showcases her confidence and independence. The song, titled Do Bad, is a catchy R&B track that features Asiahn‘s smooth vocals and witty lyrics over a bouncy beat.
The song is about Asiahn‘s decision to leave a toxic relationship and focus on herself. She sings, “I don’t need you to do bad / I can do bad by myself / I don’t need you to hold me back / I can hold me down by myself.” She also throws some shade at her ex, saying, “You ain’t even worth my time / You ain’t even worth a dime / You ain’t even worth a rhyme / So I’ma leave you in the past.”
Do Bad is the first single from Asiahn‘s upcoming third EP, which is expected to drop later this year. The EP will follow her previous projects, Love Train and Love Train 2, which earned her critical acclaim and a loyal fanbase. Asiahn is also known for her songwriting skills, having penned hits for artists like Jennifer Lopez, Pitbull, Drake, and Alicia Keys.
Asiahn is a rising star in the R&B scene, with a unique voice and a fresh perspective. She is not afraid to express her emotions and empower herself and others through her music. She is also an advocate for LGBTQ+ rights and representation, as she identifies as bisexual and often sings about her experiences with both men and women.
If you are looking for a song that will make you feel good and inspire you to do better, check out Do Bad by Asiahn. You can stream it on all major platforms now.
Asiahn (pronounced Aah-zee-yahn) is an American singer-songwriter and producer from South Carolina. She started singing at the age of two and writing songs at the age of seven. She moved to Los Angeles at the age of 19 to pursue her music career and signed with Motown Records in 2016. She released her debut EP, Love Train, in 2017, followed by Love Train 2 in 2019. She has also written songs for many popular artists, such as Jennifer Lopez, Pitbull, Drake, Alicia Keys, and more. She is known for her soulful voice and honest lyrics that reflect her personal experiences and emotions. She is also an outspoken advocate for LGBTQ+ rights and representation, as she identifies as bisexual and often sings about her relationships with both men and women. She is currently working on her third EP, which is expected to be released in 2021.