Amaarae – Co-Star

Amaarae – Co-Star

The new single tagged “Co-Star,” by Ghanaian-American singer and songwriter Amaarae, has just been released.

Amaarae is renowned for having a distinctive and dashing appearance, with various colored glasses and hair. Amaarae, who was brought up by Ghanaian parents, traveled back and forth between Accra, Ghana, and New York. She collaborated with Nigerian singer Wande Coal and wrote her first song when she was just a teenager.

The song “Co-Star,” from Amaarae’s most recent album, is a description of her sexuality. It is a continuation of her song “Reckless & Sweet.”

Amaarae’s upcoming album, “Fountain Baby,” is due out later this year, and “Co-Star” is the second song from it to be made public. In charge of the production were Kyu Steed, KZ Didit, Cadenza, and Amaarae. The “Fountain Baby” album’s specifics will soon be made public.

At the end of the day, this original composition is a hit that you ought to add to your playlist if you like good music.

Quotable Lyrics:

Fire how you move your body
Down to earth but way too high
The water on my neck, come make it warm, it’s warm

Air, I need some air
Air, I need some air
Air, I need some air
Air, I need some air, air

Fire how you move your body
Down to earth but way too high
The water on my neck, come make it warm, it’s warm

Air, I need some air
Air, I need some air
Air, I need some air
Air, I need some air, air

Air, I need some air
Air, I need some

Listen below.

https://youtu.be/4Dk21erUpvw

 

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