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  • Writer's pictureNicholas Zallo

Adriiana Releases Summer Hit ‘Stay Good’

Toronto native and new addition to the Tommy Boy roster, Adriiana, is on the rise with her new single “Stay Good”. Premiered yesterday via Different Kitchen and out TODAY, the release has already landed support from Spotify taking a coveted spot in their New Music Friday Canada playlist.

Adriiana has made her mark in Canada and is now ready to crossover to make one in the states. The young songstress is no stranger to the music industry and has had several accomplishments so far such as having a single hit radio stations in Canada at only the age of thirteen.  “We Are Young” was also used as the promo song for season two of Khloe & Lamar, and Adriiana has worked with profound music moguls such as Gucci Mane, Ludacris, and Akon.

Adriiana is prepared to take the summer by storm with this bright melodic Pop smash. This single which was produced by dynamic duo SMiTHMUSiX (who have independently racked up over 150M streams worldwide) displays vibrant plucks and some slick drum programming. The bold message Adriiana conveys in the song is clear; remain true to who you are and embrace your flaws without any regrets or second thoughts. She emphasizes that when we are young, is the time to live exactly how you want.

With lyrics such as “I don’t wanna live how you think I should, I’m tired of trying to stay good” the tune allows listeners to reflect and take control of their own lives without the judgment of others. There is no doubt that this is a single meant for the youth, that spreads nothing but positive vibes while not conforming to society’s expectations. The carefree energy surged into this new release is yet another melodious single for the rising star. It will only be a matter of time till we see Adriiana’s name on American charts. ​

Check out Adriiana’s last single (& Remixes) below!

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