Ayanda Jiya proves her royalty with the release of her ‘QUEEN’ EP [audio]
23 April 2021 - 11:30
Ayanda Jiya releases her ‘QUEEN’ EP partnering with multiple rappers, showcasing her appreciation for hip-hop.
North West singer, songwriter, and record producer, Ayanda Jiya, released her R&B project titled QUEEN, gifting listeners some soulful tunes.
Queen: What to expect from the Ayanda Jiya EP?
Ayanda Jiya brings us an entertaining project filled with seven songs, all bringing a different vibe and energy to the listening experience.
The project had been promoted through her single Love Me, featuring Kwesta, however, several other big-name rappers make an appearance on the project.
Besides Kwesta, the project also has guest appearances from Flvme on No Games, Stogie T on Mr Smooth, and A-Reece on Don’t You Forget.
Jiya uses every track to display her vocal talents, gracing every song with a different twist like her bringing fans a fun and bouncy love song on Talk To Me, however, she switches up to a little bit of rapping on the track Let Me In.
The beat selection is interesting as they stick to the traditional R&B roots while adding a touch of hip-hop with heavy bass, 808s, and rattling snares on some of the songs.
With a run-time of 24:51, the project is a decent effort from the singer and R&B fans should have a blast listening to this body of work.
Check out the EP, now available on all streaming platforms.
Ayanda and her appreciation of hip-hop
Her QUEEN project isn’t the first case of her working with hip-hop artists.
The R&B singer has been collaborating with multiple rappers in her music, bringing fans of both genres some entertaining music combining the two different styles.
This dates back as far as 2017 when she released her To Whom It May Concern project, having SA rapper, Ginger Trill, featuring on the track Runaway.
She’s gone on to continue this formula working with more rappers on her projects like Stogie T on Lover 4 Life and A-Reece on Falling For You, both featuring on her 2019 project, Ayandastand.
Jiya even made an appearance on A-Reece’s Today’s Tragedy, Tomorrow’s Memory mixtape, making the guest appearance on the song RE$IDUAL SELF IMAGE.
Fans of the singer have been expressing their excitement over the release all over social media.