Rising singer Samaria has unveiled her latest single, “wish you hell,” accompanied by a captivating visual. Co-produced by Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins and Jack Lawson, this whimsical and enchanting track carries a unique twist on the theme of wishing someone well after a breakup.
Beginning with a melody reminiscent of a child’s trick-or-treat sing-along, “wish you hell” takes a distinct approach. Samaria seems to express her desire for an ex-lover not to succeed or find happiness without her. Her lyrics include lines like, “Never been a stickler to farewell / I don’t wish you well / Hope it stings like a needle every second, only time will tell.”
Samaria shared her inspiration behind the song, stating, “I’ve never said goodbye without a chip on my shoulder or without the comfort of knowing I would someday be doing better than the person in my rearview.”
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This release marks Samaria’s second single of the year, following “tight rope,” which she released in August. She described “tight rope” as a final plea to make a failing relationship work.
In 2022, Samaria released her EP Didn’t Start with You and discussed the inspiration behind it in an interview with Rated R&B. She revealed that the project was a reflection of her emotions during a tumultuous period in her life, particularly due to a challenging breakup.
While Samaria has not confirmed a new project, press materials suggest that she will continue to share new music as she explores and grows as a musician.