Zariyah Natalya released a new single “Repeat”
Endangered – Zariyah Natalya’s EP of five songs. R&B with a poetic, heavenly, and soulful twist.
While retaining a different approach to her dynamic that remains an alternative. Having a variety of genres to choose from. The song Repeat, on the other hand, is heavily influenced by 90s RnB. With heavy instruments, it creates a cinematic atmosphere. Ambitious and sensual at the same time. The lyrical content is likewise on the deeper end of the spectrum; it’s open for interpretation by listeners, allowing them to connect to her music in their own unique way. On repeat, Za’Riyah lets a variety of her vocal abilities shine through while keeping a fluid step with the beat. New elements can be added without disrupting the overall design. Endangered the Ep is a truly versatile tool. With this project, Zariyah pushes the boundaries of her creativity.
Her song “That’s Life,” a fun RnB/Pop track with a fierce take on meaningful lyrics, is a notable example. Zariyah’s song “Half & Half” has a Caribbean vibe to it because the singer has Trinidadian ancestry. The song honors her ancestors while also providing a fun dance track with an Rnb/Reggaeton vibe. Throughout her project, we’re never quite sure what we’re going to get, which is exciting!
Zariyah Natalya hails from Hampton, Virginia, a city in the Commonwealth. Soulful but unconventional R&B was the beginning of her musical journey. Her artistic development would be stymied without the freedom to explore a variety of sounds within the R&B spectrum. As a teenager, Za’Riyah made her recording debut in 2017 with the single “Too Much Has Changed,” which she recorded with Nelson Leiro. Only Za’Riyah has written every song in her entire musical career. Engineers in New York City work on her songs in a studio in Manhattan. There are numerous platinum and Grammy-winning artists whose musical projects were created at this studio.. In 2020, following the release of her debut single, “Transparency,” she will release her debut EP. As a result, listeners will be able to delve deep into the influences of artists such as Sade, Lauryn Hill, Alicia Keys, and Musiq Soulchild from the ’90s. She enlisted the help of J-Luxx, Timothy Infinite, Nelson Leiro, and Tony Sway in order to bring her project to life in the same way a film would.
She aspires to have a creative and passionate outlook that invites the reality of the experiences and observations she has had as well as those she has observed.
Endangered” was produced by 8rokeboy, Nelson Leiro, and Masked Man for Za’Riyah’s latest album.