Samira, Drops Enchanting New Single 'Envy Me'
South London's rising star, Samira, is taking the UK music scene by storm with her scintillating dance-pop sound. The singer-songwriter and dancer has already amassed a staggering 7 million streams and scored two UK club hits as an independent artist. Now, she's poised to become Britain's newest pop princess, earning praise from the likes of CLASH, NOTION, and MTV UK.
Samira's latest release, 'Envy Me,' co-written by the talented artist herself, is a wistful summer anthem that captures the feeling of moving on from a breakup and knowing your ex secretly wishes they were in a better place like you. With its catchy hooks and infectious beats, 'Envy Me' is sure to be a hit on every summer playlist.
The track has already received major recognition, landing a spot on Spotify's New Music Friday UK and Fresh Dance Pop playlists, as well as Apple Music's New Music Daily. Notably, it's been featured on NME's Best New Bangers and Popjustice's New Music Friday playlists, further solidifying Samira's position as a rising star.
Speaking about the inspiration behind 'Envy Me,' Samira shared, "As the saying goes, 'if you love someone, set them free.' The song reflects the contradiction of recognizing your worth and walking away from a toxic situation while still feeling a tinge of sadness for how things turned out."
'Envy Me' is just the latest addition to Samira's collection of summer-ready bangers, following the success of 'Like This, Like That' and 'That's Not What My Friends Say' earlier this year.
Behind the scenes, Samira has been diligently working in the studio, collaborating with industry heavyweights such as Tre-Jean Marie, Cutfather, Kal Lavelle, Ryan Ashley, Lil Eddie, and more. This exciting journey culminates in her highly anticipated debut EP, slated for release later this year.
Samira's star power is undeniable, and her unique blend of dance-pop brilliance is setting the music world ablaze. Keep an eye on this rising sensation as she continues to captivate audiences and make her mark on the global pop scene."**